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RANDOLPH 




While Mr. DiNardo accom- 
panies them, Pamela, Linda, 
and the chorus rehearse. 




Cheryl Arth puts finishing touches on her 
new suit. 




Leaving Randolph High School 

is an end and a beginning. 

Our high school years have brought us 

to the threshold of adulthood. 



Mr. George Simons checks out an 
automobile. 





Diane gets some advice from Mr. Timothy 
Cronin on available jobs. 



We are leaving: 

the activities we participated in . . . 

the athletic events where 

we cheered the team to victory . . . 

the annual play 

and the school musical . . . 

the friendships developed from four years 

of companionship . . . 

the teachers who have dedicated themselves 

to furthering our education. 




Mr. Francis O'Brien discusses current events with 
Bobby, Charlene and Paul. 



Preparing to be a secretary, Carol Sandler works 
at the typewriter. 




Vincent Tempesta checks 
his current events in one 
of the latest magazines. 




Behind are years of fun 

and hard work. 

New friendships were formed 

and new interests explored. 

Although we are leaving 

a familiar world, 

we leave better prepared 

by the knowledge we have gained. 



Senior girls display school spirit by hanging posters preced 
ing the Bridgewater game. 




Steve Patterson 
reads the sports 
page instead of 
paying attention 
during English 
class. 







Artie Zack lays the ball in the basket as Pete Mur- 
phy makes sure it goes in. 



As a result, we at Randolph High 

have evolved 

into versatile individuals. 

We have developed our abilities 

and interests; 

and, now that we are leaving, 

we must use these abilities 

and skills 

in the best manner we can. 



At Randolph, we have learned 

to accept responsibility 

and to co-operate with others . 

Through this learning, 

we believe that we are ready 

to challenge the quick pace 

of today's world. 






Mr. Francis O'Brien is in a hurry to 
get to class with the history tests. 



In Art class Robert Fernauld and Robert Ferrara make designs from metal 
hangers. 




Senior cross country members warm up before a dual meet. 



Beginning for us is an entirely new 

and different life. 

We will be competing in a much larger 

and strenuous world than that 

which we have known. 

No matter what vocation is chosen, 

all will be more difficult when we depart 

from the doorsteps of Randolph High. 



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Mr. Cyril Powderly takes time for a cookie break. 



While getting their library books checked 

out, Susan Rodman and Linda White stop 

to talk with Mrs. Naura Graham, the 
librarian. 







SENIOR CLASS PUBLICATION 

RANDOLPH HIGH SCHOOL 
RANDOLPH, MASSACHUSETTS 

Co-editors 
Elaine White Arthur Zack 

Advisers 
John Gene Papa Nicholas Mackey 



DEDICATION 




For the untiring paternal concern 
he has shown for the students and 
faculty of Randolph High School, and 
in recognition of the respect and ad- 
miration he has fostered in the hearts 
of all whom he has guided, the gradu- 
ating class of 1966 sincerely dedicates 
their Oracle to Mr. Hubert F. Gilgan. 



Mr. Hubert F. Gilgan, Principal of 
Randolph High School. 




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Encountering Exciting and Ever changing 



CONTENTS 




CURRICULUM 



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CLASSES 



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ACTIVITIES 



ATHLETICS 



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PAGE 130 



ADVERTISEMENTS PAGE 148 



Unforgettable Milestones Along The Way . 




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JOHN E KEARNEY 
COORDINATOR 





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CURRICULUM 



Future achievements depend upon 

the knowledge 

and understanding gained by students 

from the dedicated men 

and women 

who choose teaching as a profession. 

By the example and inspiration 

of the faculty members, 

those who are leaving Randolph High School 

will find the path ahead 

more clearly defined. 




LEAVING 




RANDOLPH 




Setting The Guidepost For 



My dear Graduates: 

With graduation, you will have reached a new milestone 
in your lives. You have completed one journey, and you 
will soon be embarking upon another. As you journey 
on toward new endeavors, use the knowledge and skills 
you have gained at Randolph High School so that you 
may be better prepared to be useful members of our 
society. 

May happiness, wisdom, and understanding be your 
constant companions, and may God bless you all. 

With sincere congratulations, 

HUBERT F. GILGAN 
Principal 





Mr. Hubert F. Gilgan is a man of 
many talents. 




Mr. Hubert F. Gilgan 



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A Successful Educational Program 



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Behind the scenes we know so well lies the 
area of decision and the men and women who 
are responsible for the policies and the pro- 
gress that guide our school life. Unending 
hours of work go into giving the students of 
Randolph the best education possible. 



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Mr. Cyril T. Powderly 

Assistant Principal 





Seated: Mrs. Marie Cormey, Mr. Raymond McGerrigle, Mrs. 
Patricia McDermott. Standing: Mr. William Lynch, Ass't. Super- 
intendent; Mr. Charles Green, Mr. Peter Davin, Mr. Thomas 
Warren, Superintendent. 



OFFICE SECRETARIES 

Mrs. Fleming and Mrs. Vennik take time out 
from their busy schedules to make the morning 
announcements. 



Whatever The Future -Wise 



GUIDANCE 

Under the direction of Mr. William J. Casey, our gui- 
dance department has shown great concern with the 
development of individuals and their increasing ability 
to make intellectual choices. Each student is guided to- 
ward educational and vocational goals which are realistic 
and appropriate in terms of being personally rewarding 
and socially serviceable. Various tests are administered 
throughout the year to judge the skills and abilities of 
the students for placement in their desired areas. 





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Miss Isabel Bennett 

Guidance Counselor, National Honor 
Society Advisery Board 



Mr. William J. Casey 

Director of Guidance 





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Miss Winifred M. Brennan 

Assistant Director of Guidance, Ad- 
visor to the Senior Class. 



Mr. Timothy M. Cronin 

Guidance Counselor 



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Counseling Ensures Proper Placement 




Assistant Guidance Director Miss Winnifred Brennan 
looks over a college application with senior Elaine 
White. 




Guidance Director Mr. William Casey enjoys a brief 
moment of relaxation. 



Mrs. Rose Simmons plays an important 
part in the completion of college applica- 
tions. 




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Strengthening Our Ability 



ENGLISH 

The long-range program of revitalizing and expanding the 
English program in Randolph entered its second year under 
the direction of Mr. John E. Kearney, Coordinator of English, 
with the addition of two new courses in the high school and 
the revision of several others. A course in Creative Writing 
was introduced in the senior year to supplement the basic 
composition elective already offered as a primary course in 
writing. In cooperation with the Social Studies Department, 
an elective course in the Humanities, conducted in seminar 
for honors seniors, met weekly in open-end sessions to study 
and discuss the cultural heritage of mankind. 



Mr. John E. Kearney, Coordinator of 
English, English IV, Humanities. 




Kathy Winston, Clifford Bennet and Mr. Anthony 
Vellante discuss Cathy Campbell's illustrations of the 
characters from Canterbury Tales. 



Mr. Anthony C. Vel- 
lante, English IV, Com- 
position, English II, Ad- 
visor to the Dramatics 
Club. 






Miss Martha M. Foley, 

English II, Creative 
Writing, Advisor to thp 
Future Teachers Club. 



Miss Eleanor M. Kelley, 

English IV. 



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Miss Eleanor Brewster, 

English III. 




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To Communicate And Understand 




Mr. John Gene Papa, Eng- 
lish IV, Composition, Liter- 
ary and Business Advisor to 
the Oracle. 



Although the seminar was largely experimental its first 
year, liaison was established for future cooperation between 
Randolph and such institutions as the Museum of Fine Arts 
and Boston College. The Department expanded its policy of 
making more good literature available for students through 
increased purchases of classroom sets of paperbacks aimed 
at varying reading levels and interests. Future plans include 
major high school curriculum revisions through a continua- 
tion of the summer workshop program instituted last summer, 
in which a group of teachers work with Mr. Kearney in study- 
ing and revising the course offerings in all levels of English. 




Miss Dianne Pfaff, English 
II, Composition. 





Mark discusses the practice of democracy in early 
Greece while Mr. John Kearney and other members 
of the Humanities Seminar listen intently. 



Mr. Richard F. Power, Eng- 
lish II, Coach of Junior 
Varsity Basketball. 





Mrs. Jean M. Noblin, English 
II, III, Literary advisor to 
the Blue and White Banner. 



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Mrs. Helen G. McGonigle, 

English III, Composition, 
National Honor Society Ad- 
visory Board. 




Mr. Robert E. Kondracki, 

English III, IV, Assistant 
coach of football. 



Guaging The Future By 



SOCIAL STUDIES 

In a rapidly changing world, the value of history con- 
tinually increases. The future is gauged by the past. To 
keep pace with the times, the Social Studies Department, 
aside from normal subject areas, concentrates on the 
problems of today. Students also learn about government 
and how it operates so that they may realize the benefits 
of living in a democracy. 

History comes alive at Randolph High School through 
lectures, records, films, and field trips. Students are be- 
ing prepared for the role of responsible well-informed 
citizens. 




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Mr. Francis C. O'Brien Jr. Coordi- 
nator of the History Department, 
Problems of Democracy, American 
History, Varsity Baseball, Humanities. 



Mr. John Pistone, Problems 
of Democracy, World His- 
tory II, Cross Country, Win- 
ter, and Spring Track. 



Mr. Ted S. Pina, U.S. His- 
tory, World History, History 
Club, Junior Class Advisor. 






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Mr. Lawrence 
Aposrolon 

U. S. History, 
World History 



Mr. Louis A. Rizzo 

Law, Effective Speaking, 
Chess Club 




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Mr. John Pistone, loaded with books, is hurry- 
ing to his next class. 



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The Events Of The Past 






Mr. Leo J. McGuirk, World 
History, Fundamentals of 
Law. 



Mr. Winston 

U. S. History, 
ketball Coach. 



L. Fairfield, Mr. Raymond Thompson, 

Varsity Bas- United States History, Prob- 

lems of American Govern- 
ment, National Honor So- 
ciety, Advisory Board. 




Billy Stewart locates Randolph on the map as 
Susan Rosen, Stanley Gorden and Mr. Ted Pina 
look on. 




Mr. Fairfield passes out tests to juniors study- 
ing U. S. History. 



Peace Through Understanding 




LANGUAGES 

To guide the students in attaining greater proficiency and 
true mastery of the foreign language skills is the aim of 
Randolph High School's Language Department. Under the 
supervision of its new coordinator, Mr. Richard Kaegael, 
maximum practice in listening comprehension and in oral use 
of the language is offered in a well-equipped laboratory. 



Mr. Richard Kaegael, Co- 
ordinator of the Language 
Department. French III, IV. 



Marcia tapes Spanish drills to perfect her 
accent. 







Miss Ann M. Mullaney, 

French III 



Mr. Robert H. Waxmon, 

Russian and Latin, Advisor 
to the National Honor So- 
ciety. 



Miss Suzanne M. Whitte- 
more, French I, & II. 



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Understanding Through Education 





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Myrna Parkin recites the French drills in the language laboratory. 



Miss Mullaney instructs students in the 
language lab. 




Miss Margaret A. Guer- 

•n, Spanish 2, 3. 4 





Mr. Paul J. Dorman, 

Spanish. 



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lASCENDlMUSl 




Developing The Well-Ordered 




MATH 

Courses ranging from General Mathematics to Tri- 
gonometry are offered by the Mathematics Department 
to students of Randolph High School. It is possible for 
each student to cover that area of mathematics which 
will best suit his future plans; whether bound for college, 
in the Business World, each has been introduced to that 
area which will be most beneficial, not only in his work, 
but also in the everyday, practical situations which arise. 



Mr. Paul Lehtinen, Coordinator of 
Math department, Algebra 2, Ad- 
vanced College Math, Supply Man- 
ager 

Mr. David P. Harding gives some needed assist- 
ance to Junior Paul London. 






Mrs. Jane B. Murphy, Mod- 
ern Geometry, Algebra II, 
College Review Math 



Mr. Philip M. Saba, Basic 
Math, Algebra I, Head Foot- 
ball Coach 



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And Logical Intellect 



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Trigonometry seems to be amus- 
ing to Peter Murphy and Mar- 
shall Goldberg in Mr. Ronald 
Mavor's Class. 







Mr. Ronald T. Mavor, Geome- Miss Barbara J. Murphy, Geome- Mr. David P. Harding, Al- 

try, College Review Math, Ten- try and Algebra II gebra II 

nis Coach 




Left: Mr. Ronald Mavor shows 
Cheryl Arth the explanation for 
the Law of Sines. 



Right: Mr. Harding corrects 
tests in the Teachers Room dur- 
ing a free period. 

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Encouraging A Lively 




Mr. Herbert A. Wolfer, Co-or- 
dinator of the Science Depart- 
ment, Physics 




Mrs. Rosemary Sullivan, 

Chemistry 



SCIENCE DEPARTMENT 

The students of Randolph High School are indeed for- 
tunate to have at their disposal a modern, well-equipped 
science department. In-depth studies in Biology, Chemistry, 
and Physics, presented by an experienced faculty, are valu- 
able courses in our curriculum. Under the able direction of 
Mr. Herbert A. Wolfer, the Science Department will con- 
tinue to be a notable asset to our high school program. 



Mr. Bourgeois shows films to help explain the principle of 
foliage. 





Mr. Joseph G. L. Bourgeois, 

Biology, Advanced Biology, 
National Honor Society Ad- 
visory Board 




Mr. Kevin J. O'Brien, Biol 
ogy 



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Spirit Of Inquiry 




Miss Kathleen M. O'Keefe, 

Chemistry, Biology 




Mr. Anthony F. Pellegrini, 

Chemistry 




Mrs. Nancy Jean Vaughn, 

Science, Biology 




Steve Tise, Ed Mulcahy, and Steven Khuns eagerly dissect frogs in bi- 
ology class. 



Mr. Anthony Pellegrini and Eddie Heywood 
work together on a chemistry experiment. 




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Preparing For The Needs 




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BUSINESS DEPARTMENT 

In Randolph High School's Business Education Department, 
students are taught and trained to use the fundamental skills 
of typewriting, bookkeeping, and shorthand. Under the super- 
vision of Miss Marion Diemond, the students apply their 
knowledge in services to individual teachers and the office 
staff. 

The Office Practice class, a required course of all business 
seniors, gives the student a practical knowledge of modern 
business machines and business procedures in an office 
environment. 

Through the Placement Program, students acquire good 
positions after leaving Randolph High School. 



Miss Marion F. Diemond, 

Coordinator of the Business 
Education Department, Of- 
fice Practice. 




Mr. James H. Santry, Presi- 
dent of Secondary Teachers 
Association, Transcription, 
Advisor to Student Council, 
Service Club, Business Man- 
ager to Banner. 




Judy has had better days in transcription 
class. 



Mrs. Margaret J. Guerin, 

Record Keeping, Transcrip- 
tion. 





Mr. Joseph C. Mirisola, 

Economics, Consumer Edu- 
cation. 




Mr. John M. Hurley, Person- 
al Typing, Mathematics. 



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Of The Business Community 



Randolph H. S. Library 




Carolyn happily finishes her typing assignment 
just as the bell rings. 






Mr. Nicholas H. Mackey, 

Typing I & II, Stenography 
I, Advisor to the Oracle. 



Miss Sandra E. Obarruck, 

Business Math., Stenograp- 
hy I. 




Mrs. Joan E. Boyd, Typing 
II, Business Math. 



Mr. Nathaniel T. Harmon, 
Bookkeeping and Record 
Keeping, Treasurer, Activi- 
ties Fund. 




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Dianne and Linda work diligently in office practice. 



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Expert Training Offered 




SPECIALISTS 

A valuable and necessary part of a school system are the 
"specialists". They are teachers who devote much time and 
effort in the added subjects which the curriculum complete. 

Their many services may often go unrecognized, but they 
are never forgotten. From Home Economics to Music, Physical 
Education, Driver Training, Reading, and Library; they add 
to the student's education for the journey ahead. 



Mr. Leonard Rapoza, Director of 
Music. 




Mr. Samuel Polio, Mechanical 
Drawing, Driver Education, 
Photography. 



Dana and Glenn work on their 
mechanical drawing projects. 





Mr. Joseph J. Zapustas, Director 
of Physical Education and Ath- 
letics. 



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In Specializing Fields 





Mrs. Maura H. Graham, 

Librarian. 



Mrs. Signe Heath, Nurse, 
Advisor to the Future Nurses 
Club. 




Mrs. Carole E. Stribley, 

Home Economics, Advisor to 
the Future Homemakers of 
America. 





Miss Dorothy Skells, Physi 
cal Education. 





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Mrs. Elizabeth Tierney, 
Reading Specialist. 




Miss Gertrude A. Reen, 

Home Economics, Advisor to 
Future Homemakers of 
America. 



Joe Luci checks a book which Kenny Levenson is 
taking while Mrs. Maura Graham sorts some vol- 
umes to be put back on the shelves. 




Mr. Robert Brady, Freehand Mr. Lorry French, Physical 

Drawing, Art Appreciation. Education. 




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Miss Marguerite O'Neil was 

A true friend 

To Randolph High School. 

Her unselfish interest 

In her students was genuine, 

And her dedicated sense 

Of professionalism 

Was an inspiration 

To all who knew her. 

The Class of 1966 respectfully 

Mourns the death 

Of this grand lady. 



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NON-TEACHING ! 
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Mrs. Simmons 
Guidance Secretary 



Mrs. Vennik 
School Secretary 




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Mrs. Fleming writes a pass for Elaine White. 




Mr. Johnson and Mr. Alden, School 
Custodians. 




Mrs. Mofford, Mrs. McElroy, Mrs. 
Wall, Mrs. Previti, Mrs. Gardner, 
Manager, and Mrs. O'Neil. 



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CLASSES 



BamMph H. S. library. 



From the sophomore to the senior class, 

the students, 

the people who walk the corridors 

and learn the subject matter, 

dominate our high school scene. 

Many of them may be found 

in these pages. 

Although everyone 

is a member of a class, 

he is a part 

of a more important whole 

— a point from which 

the path to the future begins. 

This point is Randolph High School. 




LEAVING 




RANDOLPH 




SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS 





James McCormick, President of the 
senior class. 



President James McCormick addresses 
the senior class during a meeting. 



The Road Ahead Beckons . . . 

Fellow graduates of Randolph High School! The long road we have trav- 
elled these last four years is finally ending. With graduation we shall be em- 
barking upon another journey which leads to a new and wonderful world. 
A world in which success and prosperity beckon at every turn. 

But, if we wish to succeed, we must be willing to work. The road ahead 
leads to the fulfillment of our fondest dreams, but the materialization of 
these dreams into reality depends upon hard work and sacrifice. 

As we leave through the doors of Randolph High School for the last time, 
let us resolve to do our very best, and with the help of God — We Shall 
Succeed! 

My best wishes for a successful future, 



President 



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SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS 

Senior are the leaders in school activities, 
but they too must have people to lead them. 
The senior class officers hold this position. 
Elected by their fellow students, the officers 
possess the quality of leadership and the desire 
to serve the school well in the positions to 
which they have been elected. 



Directing The 
Class of '66 





Bernice Stewart, Secretary 



Janet Fleming, Vice-President 




Miss Winnifred Brennan, 

Senior Class Advisor 




Dennis Konary, Treasurer 



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DENNIS P. ADAMS 

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As Our Senior Year 



Adams, Dennis (General) 



Adams, Nancy (Business) Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus 
3, 4; F.N. A. I. 



Adelman, David (Business) 



Albert, Denise H. (College) Dramatic Club 4; Bi 
ology Club 3; Key Club 3, 4; Science Fair 3. 




DAVID H. ADELMAN 

Dave 




DIANNE G. ALMOND 

Dianne 



NANCY L. ADAMS 

Nance 




DENISE H. ALBERT 

Denny 




HAROLD K. ANDERSON 

Harry 



Almond, Dianne G. (Eusiness) Banner Staff 4; Dis- 
trict Festival 3, 4; Scholastic Award Nominee 3; 
Drill Team 2, 3, 4; Key Club 4; Library Staff 3, 
4; Music Festival 3, 4; Office Girl 1, 2, 3; Oracle 
Staff 4; Oracle Editor 4. 



Anderson, Harold (Scientific) Banner Staff 1; Scholas- 
tic Award Nominee 3. 



Phyllis Drummer 




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Draws To An End 



Anderson, Karen (College) Booster Club 3; Drill 
Team 4; F.H.A. 4; Office Girl 3; Oracle Staff 4. 



Anderson, Susan (Business) 



Arth, Cheryl (Teacher-Nursing) Booster Club 3; 
F.T.C. 1, 2, 3; Office Girl 3; Oracle Staff 4. 



Austin, Irene C. (Colleae) Banner Staff 1, 3, 4; 

Booster Club 1; Dramatic Club 2; F.N. A. 1; Key 
Club 3, 4; Library Staff 3; Office Girl 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Oracle Staff 4. 



Baker, Arthur (College) Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Boys' State 
Delegate 3; Chorus I; Dance Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Scho- 
lastic Award Nominee 1; Music Festival 1, 2, 3, 4. 



Baker, Judith (Business) Chorus 2, 3; Drill Team 4; 
F.H.A. 2, 3. 



rases a mistake. 





KAREN ANDERSON 

Karen 




CHERYL B. ARTH 

Sherry 




ARTHUR M. BAKER 

Art 





IRENE C. AUSTIN 

Irene 




JUDITH E. BAKER 

Judi 



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WILLIAM M. BATSON 


NANCY J. BEAL 


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Billy 


Nancy 


CARL E. 


BARKHOUSE, JR. 

Skip 







We Cherish Many 



JANIS B. BEDER 

Jan 



Barkhouse, Carl (Business) Band 2; Chorus 2, 3, 4. 



Batson, William (Business) Scholastic Award Nominee 3. 



Beat, Nancy J. (College) Booster Club 2, 3; Class Officer 1 , 2, 3 

District Festival 1, 2, 3, 4; Drum Majorette 3; Head Twirler 4 

Concert 1, 2, 3, 4; Key Club 4; Oracle Staff 4; Oracle Editor 4 
S.C.A.B. 3, 4. 



Beder, Janis (College) Banner Staff 3, 4; Booster Club 4; Oracle 
Staff 4. 



Bell, Ena (College) Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Scholastic Award Nominee 2; 
F.T.C. 4; Key Club 3, 4; Music Festival 1, 3, 4; Oracle Staff 4; 
Oracle Editor 4. 




Belmonte, Walter (Business) Band 1, 2; District Festival 1; Music 
Festival 1 . 



Bennett, Clifford (College) 

WALTER T. BELMONTE 

Wally 




CLIFFORD D. BENNETT 

Cliff 






ENA M. BELL 

Ena 





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WILLIAM BENNETT 

Spark 



LAWRENCE BEREN 

Larry 



Fond Memories 



JULIE A. BERLOW 

Julie 



Bennett, William (College) 



Beren, Lawrence (Liberal Arts) Scholastic Award Nominee 3. 



Beriow, Julie (College) Booster Club 4; Scholastic Award Nominee 1, 2, 3; 
Scholastic Award Winner 3; honor Roll 1, 2, 3; Usherette 3; F.T.C. 1, 2, 3, 4; 
N.H.S. 3, 4; Oracle Statf 4; Oracle Editor 4. 



Berry, Marilyn (College) F.N. A. 1; Key Club 3; Office Girl 4. 



Blanchard, Mary (Business) Drill Team 3, 4; Music Festival 3, 4; Office Girl 4. 




Bocanfuso, Christine (Business) 



MARILYN R. BERRY 

Mai 



Bodycote, Donna (Business) Booster Club 2; F.H.A. 1, 4; Science Club 1, 



MARY P. BLANCHARD 

Sissy 




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CHRISTINE BOCANFUSO 

Tina 





DONNA M. BODYCOTE 

Donna 



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MARK I. BORNSTEIN 

Mark 




We Leave Old 



Bornstein, Mark (College) Banner Staff 3, 4; Ed- 
itor of Banner 4; Boy's State Delegate 3; F.T.C. 
2, 3, 4; F.T.C. Officer 4; N.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Oracle 
Staff 4; Oracle Editor 4; Tennis i, 2, 3, 4; Cap- 
tain of Tennis Team; Treasurer of N.H.S. 



Brazos, Sandra (College) Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Dance 
Band 2, 3, 4; Dramatic Club 4; F.T.C. 2,3,4; 
Music Festival 1, 3, 4; Oceanography 2, 4. 



Broberg, Carol (College) Basketball 1; F.N.A. I; 
F.T.C. 2, 3, 4. 




CAROL E. BROBERG 

Betty 




ARTHUR W. BROUSSARD 

Art 



SANDRA A. BRAZAS 

Banana 




PAUL G. BRODERICK 

Paul 







KATHLEEN BROWN 

Kathy 



Broderick, Paul (College) Scholcstic Award Nominee 
2; Football 1, 2, 3, 4. 



Broussard, Arthur (General) Baseball 2. 



Brown, Kathleen (Business) Chorus 1. 



Judy Pooler and Leslie Chunis hurry to 
and Nancy Higgins stop to ask Mr. 




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Friends Behind 



Bullock, Ronald J. (General) Cross Country Team 
2, 3, 4; Spring Track 2, 3, 4; Winter Track 2, 3, 4. 



Burke, Michael M. (College) Baseball 3, 4; Cross 
Country Team 1, 2, 3, 4; Spring Track 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Winter Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Co-Capt. Spring and Win- 
ter Track 4. 



Burton, Darlene (Business) Chorus 1; District Festi- 
val 1; Drill Team 1, 2, 3, 4; F.H.A. 3; Office Girl 
3; Science Fair 1, 2. 



Colish, Jeffery (College) Dramatic Club 3, 4; F.T.C. 
4; Key Club 4; Science Club 1; Spring Track 3; 
Tennis 4; Winter Track 1 . 



Cammarata, Karen A. (Business) Chorus 2, 3, 
Scholastic Award Nominee 3. 



Campbell, Douglas F. (College) Scholastic Award; 
Nominee 2; Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4; Pres. of Dra- 
matic Club 4; F.T.C. 2, 3, 4; Vice Pres. of F.T.C. 
4; Key Club 3, 4; Science Fair 2; Science Fair Com- 
mittee 3; Tennis 3, 4. 



get on the team bus while Leah Michaels 
McGirk a question. 







MICHAEL M. BURKE 

Mike 



RONALD J. BULLOCK 

"Hi Ronnie" 





JEFFREY CALISH 

Jeff 



DARLENE BURTON 

Darl 





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DOUGLAS F. CAMPBELL 

Doug 



KAREN A. CAMMARATA 

Axe I rod 



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JOYCE M. CARLSON 

Joyce 



FRANCIS CASELDON 

Frank 



KATHLEEN CAMPBELL 

Kathy 



Our Experiences As 




JAMES CAVANAUGH 

Jimmy 



Campbell, Kathleen (College) Banner Staff 4; Booster Club 3; Key 
Club 4; Oracle Staff 4 



Carlson, Joyce M. (College) Band I, 2, 3, 4; Scholastic Award 
Nominee 2, 3; F.T.C. Delegate 4; F.T.C. 2, 3, 4; Music Festival 1, 3; 
N.H.S. 3, 4; Oracle Staff 4. 



Caseldon, Francis (General) Basketball 1, 2. 



Cavanaugh, James (College) Football I. 



Cunis, Leslie (College) Booster Club 3; Drill Team 2, 3, 4; Key 
Club 3, 4; Music Festival 3, 4; Office Girl 3, 4; Oracle Staff 4. 



Cicciu, Katherine (Business) Chorus 3, 4. 



Clark, Dale (College) Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus 2, 3, 4; District Festi- 
val 3; F.T.C. 3; Music Festival 1, 3, 4; Oracle Staff 4; Science Fair 2. 




LESLIE CHUNIS 

Les 



KATHERINE CICCIU 

Kathy 



DALE CLARK 

Dalesey 





V 

V 

I 



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MARIE L. CLARY 

Marie 



HERBERT CLIFFORD 

Hibet 




Bewildered Freshmen 



MARILYN L. COHEN 

Christmas 



Clary, Marie L. (Business) Booster Club 3; Chorus 1; Dramatic Club I; F.H.A. 
4; F.T.C. 1; Ottice Girl 2, 3. 



Clifford, Herberf (College) Baseball 2; Basketball 3, 4; Chess Club 4; Cross 
Country Team 2. 



Cohen, Marilyn L. (Business) 



Cokely, Barbara J. (Business) F.H.A. 3, 4; Key Club 3, 4; Office Girl 3; 
Science Fair 1 ; Tennis 3. 




Cole, Joseph F. (College) Basketball 1; Football 1, 2. 



Comerford, Jane (Business) Booster Club 3; Drill Team 4; F.H.A. 4; Office 
Girl 1, 2. 



Comras, Berned (College) All-State Festival 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus 
2, 3, 4; Dance Band 3, 4; District Festival 2, 3, 4; Music Festival 1 , 2, 3, 4; 
S.E.M.S.B.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. 



JOSEPH F. COLE 

Chip 




JANE COMERFORD 

Red 




BARBARA J. COKELY 

Barb 




BERNED COMRAS 

Bernie 



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JOANNE E. CONNORS 

Joey 




• 



MARY E. CONRAD 

Mary 




WILLIAM COUGHLIN 

WHIM 




STEPHEN CONNOR 

Beef 




RICHARD COREY 

Dicky 




ELIZABETH M. CROWELL 

Betty 



High School Was 



Connors, Joanne E. (Business) Scholastic Award Nomi- 
nee 2, 3; Scholastic Aware! Winner 3; F.H.A. 3; 
Pep Squad 1, 2, 4; Oracle Staff 4. 



Connor, Stephen (General) Baseball 1, 3. 



Conrad, Mary E. (College) Scholastic Award Nomi- 
nee 2; Scholastic Award Winner 2; Dramatic Club 
I; Pep Squad 2; F.T.C. 1, 2, 3, 4; N.H.S. 3, 4; 
Oracle Staff 4; Oracle Editor 4. 



Corey, Richard (Business) Baseball 2, 4; Basketball 
3, 4. 



Coughlin, William (College) Golf Team 2, 3, 4. 



Crowell, Elizabeth M. (Business) F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; 

Key Club 1. 



Artie Zack gets some assistance with his 




46 



A Different Life 



Crowley, Margaret (College) F.N. A. 1, 2. 



Curry, William (College) Conservation Club 2; Scho- 
lastic Award Nominee 3; Scholastic Award Winner 
2; Dramatic Club 4; Science Fair 3. 



Dahlgren, Sonja (Business) Band 1, 2; F.H.A. 1, 2, 
3, 4; Pep Squad 1, 2; Powder Puff Game 3; Girls' 
Basketball 2; Girls' Softball 1. 





WILLIAM F. CURRY 

Billy 



DeCota, Dianne (Business) Scholastic Award Nomi- 
nee 2, 3; Office Girl 1 . 



DeCourcey, Susan (Business) Booster Club 3; Chorus 
I, 2; F.H.A. 2, 4; Key Club 3, 4; Oracle Staff 4. 



De-Doming, Eileen (General) F.H.A. 4. 



unch from Cindy Downs. 




MARGARET CROWLEY 

Peggy 




SONJA C. DAHLGREN 

Sunny 




SUSAN DeCOURCEY 

Susan 




DIANNE DeCOTA 

Dianne 




EILEEN DeDOMING 

Eileen 



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JANET DELANO 

Janet 




SUSAN DEMPSEY 

Demps 



VICTOR DeFELICE 

Vic 



Shakespeare And Algebra 




DeFelice, Victor (College) Cross Country Team 3; Scholastic Award 
Nominee 2; Science Fair 1, 2, 3; Spring Track 3; Winter Track 3. 



Delano, Janet (Business) Chorus 1, 2, 3; Pep Squad 1, 2; Office 
Girl 1, 2, 3, 4. 



Dempsey, Susan (College) Cheerleader 2, 3; Class Officer 2; F.N. A. 4. 



Denike, Susan (College) Booster Club 3, 4; Drill Team 3, 4; Office 
Girl 2, 4; Oracle Staff 4; Banner Fashion Show 2, 3, 4. 



DePalma, Christine (College) F.T.C. 4; Girls' Basketball 4; Oracle 
Staff 4. 



SUSAN DENIKE 

Sue 



Derby, Sandra (Business) Booster Club 3; Cheerleader 3, 4; Office 
Girl 1, 2, 3, 4; Oracle Staff 4; Banner Staff Fashion Show 1, 2, 
3, 4. 




CHRISTINE DePALMA 

Chris 



Devine, Dennis (General) 



SANDRA DERBEY 

Sandy 




J 






DENNIS DEVINE 

Jose 




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JAMES DIAUTO 

Jimmy 




JUDITH S. DIMMICK 

Judi 




Were Our Problems 



MICHAEL DINSMORE 

Mike 



Diouto, James (Business) Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Music Festival 1, 2, 3, 4. 



Dimmick, Judith S. (Business) Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Music 
Festival 1, 2, 3, 4. 



Dinsmore, Michael (College) Cross Country Team 3, 4; Spring Track 2, 3, 4; 
Scholastic Award Nominee 3; Winter Track 2, 3, 4. 



Doherty, Christine (General) F.H.A. 2; Girls' Basketball 2, 3, 4. 



Dolan, Donna (Business) Scholastic Award Nominee 2; F.H.A. 1, 2. 




Donovan, Paul (College) Bowling Club 3, 4; Football 



Dovan, Robert (General) 



CHRISTINE DOHERTY 

Chris 



DONNA DOLAN 

Donna 




PAUL DONOVAN 

Paul 





ROBERT DOVAN 



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DIANNE DORLEY 

Di 




CYNTHIA M. DOWNS 

Cindy 




CHARLES DUCHARME 

Charlie 



Onward To Become Sophomores, 




PAUL DOWER 

Lefty 




PHYLLIS DRUMMEY 

Drum 




GERARD DuFRESNE 

Jerry 



Dorlcy, Dianne (General) Chorus 1; F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 
4; Girls' Softball I, 



Dower, Paul (Business) Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Booster 
Club 1, 2, 3; Football 1, 2. 



Downs, Cynthia (Business) Booster Club 3, 4; Scholas- 
tic Award Nominee 3; Drill Team 3, 4; F.H.A. 4; 
Music Festival .3, 4; Oracle Staff 4. 



Drummey, Phyllis (Business) F.H.A. 2, 3, 4; Music 
Festival I, 2; Office Girl 3. 



Ducharme, Charles (College) 



DuFresne, Gerard (Business) Football 



Tommy McDonnell, Jimmy Diauto, and 
cussion section of the band. 




50 



The Wise Fools 



Dulong, Arthur (College) Banner Staff 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Banner Editor 4; Boys' State Nominee 3; Football 
1; Oracle Staff 4; Spring Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Student 
Council 4; Winter Track 2, 3, 4. 



Elliot, Alexander (College) 



Elliot, Nancy (Business) Cheerleader 4; F.H.A. 2, 3; 
F.N. A. 1; Office Girl 1, 2, 3, 4; Oracle Staff 4. 



Ellis, Priscilla (College) F.N. A. 1. 



Eves, David (General) Chorus 1, 2; Cross Country 
Team 3; Science Fair 1 ; Winter Track 1, 2. 



Faunce, Alvin (Shop) 



Tony Palaza study the music for the per- 





PRISCILLA ELLIS 

Priscilla 



NANCY ELLIOTT 

Blondie 




DAVID J. EVES 

Pinoch 





ALVIN FAUNCE 

Al 



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JOANNE FBRRARA 

Jo 



PAUL FINEBERG 

Finey 



Long, Hard 



Fovreau, Robert (Business) Baseball I, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 
4; Class Officer 1, 2, 3: Scholastic Award Nominee 1; Advisory 
Board 1, 2, 3, 4; Co-Captain Varsity Baseball 4. 



Ferrara, JoAnne (General) Chorus 1, 2, 3; F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. 



Fineberg, Paul (General) 



Fiorentini, Donna (Business) Booster Club 2; Chorus 1, 2; Drill 
Team 4; Music Festival 4. 



Fisher, Martha (College) 



DONNA FIORENTINI 

Donna 



Fleming, Janet (College) Class Officer 1, 2, 3, 4; Booster Club 2, 
3; Scholastic Award Nominee 2, 3; Scholastic Award Winner 2; 
Twirler 1, 2, 3, 4; Sub-Head Twirler 4; Concerts 1, 2, 3, 4; Oracle 
Staff 4; Oracle Editor 4; Key Club 4. 




MARTHA FISHER 

Mikki 



Fowler, Linda (College) Oracle Staff 3, 4; Oracle Editor 4; Booster 
Club 1, 2, 3, 4; F.N. A. 1, 2, 3; Treasurer 2; President 3; Key Club 
3, 4; Dramatic Club 2, 3; Drill Team 1, 2; Tennis 4. 



JANET E. FLEMING 

Jan 




LINDA FOWLER 

Linda 





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ARNOLD FOX 

Arnie 




SUSAN FRANCIS 

Snapper 




Hours Of Study 



Fox, Arnold (College) Banner Staff 3, 4; Basketball 1; Key Club 3, 4; 
Scholastic Award Winner 1, 2; Auxilium Latinum Award 1, 2. 



Francis, Susan (Business) Booster Club 3; Drill Team 3, 4; Lieu, of Drill 
Team 4; F.H.A. 2, 3; F.N. A. 1 ; Music Festival 3, 4; Office Girl 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Oracle Staff 4. 



JOHN FRANKLIN 

Jack 



Franklin, John (College) Football 1. 




Friedland, Cynthia (College) Dramatic Club 4; F.H.A. 1; Science Fair 1, 2. 



Friedland, Janice (Business) 



Fumorola, Michael (College) 



Galway, James E. (College) Band i, 2, 3, 4; Chorus I; Key Club 4; Music 
Festival 1, 3, 4. 



CYNTHIA FRIEDLAND 

Cindy 



JANICE S. FRIEDLAND 

Jan 




MICHAEL FUMOROLA 

Mike 





JAMES E. GALWAY 

Evan 



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MICHAEL GAMERMAN 

Sharky 




LINDA GELLER 

Lynn 




MARSHALL GOLDBERG 

Pudd 




PETER GARVEY 

Pete 




FRANK GIBBS 

Frank 




KAREN GOLDENBERG 

Kar 



The Year Passed 



Gom.rmon, Michael (Business) 



Garvey, Peter (College) Band 1, 2, 3, 4; District 
Festival 2; Music Festival 1, 2, 3, 4. 



Geller, Linda (Business) Dramatic Club 4; F.H.A. 
4; F.T.C. 4. 



Gibbs, Frank (Shop) 



Goldberg, Marshall (College) Banner Staff 3, 4; 
Banner Editor 4; Banner Fashion Show 3, 4; Golf 
Team 3, 4; Key Club 4; Oracle Staff 4; Science 
Fair Committee 3, 4; Tennis 3. 4. 



Goldenberg, Karen (College) Booster Club 2, 3, 4; 
Scholastic Award Nominee 1; Dramatic Club 2, 3; 
Office Girl 3, 4; Oracle Staff 4. 



Susan Kleiner, Karen Goldenberg, and 
Medieros knows the answer. 




54 



Too Quickly 



Goldman, Susan (College) Banner Staff 2, 3, 4; 
Booster Club 4; Dramatic Club 2, 4; Banner Fashion 
Snow i; jr. Dance Committee 3; F.N. A. 3; F.T.C. 
2; Key Club 3, 4; Office Girl 4; Oracle Staff 4; 
Science Fair Committee. 



Goodhue, Mitchell (College) Basketball 1; Cross 
Country Team 1 ; Boys' State Delegate 3; Scho- 
lastic Award Nominee 3; Tennis 3, 4. 



Gore, Glenn (Business) Oceanography 1, 2; Science 
Fair 3. 





MITCHELL J. GOODHUE, JR. 

Mitch 



Graeie, James (Business) 



Gray Stephen (College) Scholastic Award Nominee 2. 



Green, Linda (Business) Class Officer 1; Scholastic 
Award Nominee 2; Scholastic Award Winner 3; Drill 
Team 1, 2, 3, 4; Capt. 3, 4; Student Council Ad- 
visory Board 3, 4; Fashion Show 3, 4; Girls' State 
Delegate 3; Music Festival 1, 2, 3, 4; Student 
Council 2, 3, 4. 



ihris DePalma look puzzled, but Tommy 




SUSAN GOLDMAN 

Suze 




GLENN GORE 

Glenn 





STEPHEN M. GRAY 

Steve 



JAMES GRACIE 

Jim 




LINDA GREEN 

Greenie 



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BARBARA GRIFFIN 

Barb 




KEVIN GRIFFIN 

Keb 



RALPH GRIECO 

Ralphy 



As Juniors We 




Griceo, Ralph (Business) 



Griffin, Barbara (Business) Booster Club 2, 3; Drill Team 4; F.H.A. 
1; Office Girl 2, 4. 



Griffin, Kevin (Business) 



Guilfoyle, Paul (College) Baseball 1; Basketball 1; Bowling Club 3, 
4; Boys' State Nominee 3; Science Club 2; Spring Track 1; Winter 
Track 1, 2, 3, 4. 



Haley, Robert J. (College) Baseball 2, 3, 4; Bowling Club 4; Scho- 
lastic Award Nominee 3. 



PAUL GUILFOYLE 

Paul 



Hansen, William (Business) Baseball 2. 



Hayes, Linda (Business) F.H.A. I, 2, 4; Girls' Basketball 4; Office 
Girl 3, 4. 




ROBERT HALEY 

Bob 



LINDA HAYES 

Linda 




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MYRON HAYWARD 

Myron 




NANCY HIGGINS 

Nanc 



Feel Confident 



Hayward, Myron (Business) Scholastic Award Nominee 1, 2; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Capt. of Football 4; Student Council Advisory Board 4; Key Club 4; Spring 
Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Winter Track 1, 2, 3, 4. 



Higgins, Nancy (Business) Booster Club 4; District Festival 1; Drill Team 
1, 2, 3, 4; Fashion Show 1, 2; Music Festival 1, 2, 3, 4. 



Higgins, Rosemary (Business) Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; F.H.A. 1 ; Color Guard 4; 
Powder Puff Football Game 3. 



Hill, Kenneth (College) 



Hoaglan, Carol (Business) Scholastic Award Nominee 1; F.H.A. 1, 2, 4. 



ROSEMARY HIGGINS 

Roie 




Hoeg, George F. (Shop) 



KENNETH HILL 

Ken 



Hoeg, Susan (Business) Scholastic Award Nominee 1, 3; F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Pres. of F.H.A. 4; S.C.A.B. 4; Delegate to F.H.A. National Convention. 



CAROL HOAGLAN 

Bonnie 




GEORGE F. HOEG 

THE HOG 





SUSAN HOEG 

Sue 



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Our First College Boards 




Howe, Robert (College) Oracle Staff 4. 



Hunter, James (College) Cross Country Team 
1, 2, 3, 4; Scholastic Award Nominee 2; Spring 
Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Winter Track 1, 2, 3, 4. 



Hurley, Joanne (College) F.H.A. 4; Girls' Basket- 
ball 4; Office Girl 3, 4. 



Hutchinson, Eileen (Business) F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Vice 
President of F.H.A. 4; Delegate to National Con- 
vention of F.H.A. 3. 



JAMES HUNTER 

Jim 



Hutchinson, Fred (College) Baseball 3, 4; Scholastic 
Award Nominee 3; Football 1. 



Iskra, Anthony (Business) Golf Team 1, 2, 3, 4. 



*3 



" 




Linda Green and Joanne Conners apply 



JOANNE HURLEY 

Jobie 




FRED HUTCHINSON 

Hutchie 



EILEEN HUTCHINSON 

// i/y 




ANTHONY M. ISKRA 

Pard 




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Were Frightening 



Jayes, Barbara (College) Banner Staff 3, 4; Scho- 
lastic Award Nominee 1, 2, 3; Scholastic Award 
Winner 2; Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4; F.T.C. 2, 3, 4; 
Girls' State Nominee 3; N.H.S. 2, 3, 4. 



Johnson, Ellen (College) Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Dance 
Band 3; F.H.A. 3; F.T.C. 2, 3, 4; Girls' Basketball 
1, 2; Girls' Softball 1; Music Festival 1, 3, 4. 



Joughin, Joanne P. (College) F.H.A. 4; F.T.C. 2, 3, 

4; Girls' Softball 1; Pep Squad 3, 4. 





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ELLEN JOHNSON 

Jon 



Kanach, Gerald (Shop) 



Kelley, John J. (College) Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Spring 
Track 2. 



Kelley, Marcia A. (College) Scholastic Award Nomi- 
nee 1, 2, 3; Scholastic Award Winner 1, 2; F.N. A. 
1; F.T.C. 2, 3, 4; Sec. to F.T.C. 4; Girls' Basketball 
1; Girls' Softball 1, 2; Girls' State Nominee 3; Key 
Club 3, 4; N.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Office Girl 3, 4. 



BARBARA JAYES 

Barbi 



their talents in free hand drawing. 





JOANNE P. JOUGHIN 

Jo 




JOHN J. KELLEY 

Jonny 




GERALD KANACH 

Gerry 




MARCIA A. KELLY 

Kell 



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CAROLYN A. KESPERT 

Ka 



DAVID KEYES 

Dave 



TERRY KENDALL 

Terry 




KEVIN KILEY 

Kevin 



A t Last We 



Kendall, Terry (General) 



Kespert, Carolyn A. (Business) Scholastic Award Nominee 2; Scho- 
lastic Award Winner 2; F.H.A. 4; Pep Squad 4. 



Keyes, David (General) Scholastic Award Nominee 3. 



Kiley, Kevin (College) Baseball 1, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Foot- 
ball 1, 4; Student Council 1, 2, 3. 



Klower, Kevin (General) 



Kleiner, Susan (College) Banner Staff 1; Scholastic Award Nomi- 
nee 2; Dramatic Club 4; Pep Squad 2; F.T.C. 1, 4; Key Club 4. 



Klimas, Honora J. (Business) Chorus 2; Scholastic Award Nominee 
2; F.H.A. 2, 4. 




KEVIN KLOWER 

Kev 



SUSAN KLEINER 

Sue 




HONORA J. KLIMAS 

Nora 




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DENNIS KONARY 

Chico 



ALLEN KOPLOW 

Al 



Reached The Top 



Konary, Dennis (College) Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 
1, 2, 3, 4; Class Officer 3, 4. 



Koplow, Allen (College) Chorus 1; Conservation Club 1; Oceanography 2. 



Kramer, Judith (College) Booster Club 2, 3; Chorus 3, 4; Dramatic Club 
3, 4; F.T.C. 1 , 2, 3, 4; Key Club 4; Science Club 1, 2; Jr. Dance Committee 3. 



Krauss, Donna (Business) Booster Club 1, 2, 3; Class Officer 2; Drill Team 
1, 2, 3, 4; Key Club 3, 4; Music Festival 1, 2; Oracle Staff 4. 



JUDITH KRAMER 

Judy 




Kritzman, Phyllis (College) Banner Staff 3, 4; F.T.C. 1, 2; Library Staff 3; 
Office Girl 3, 4; Oracle Staff 4. 



LaFond, Vincent (General) 



DONNA KRAUSS 

Mouse 



Lauricella, Amelia A. (Business) Banner Staff 2, 3, 4; F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Key Club 4; Office Girl 1,4. 



PHYLLIS KRITZMAN 

Phyl 




VINCENT LaFOND 

Mr. Drum Corp. 





AMELIA A. LAURICELLA 

Amy 



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Seniors . . . The Leaders 



PAMELA LEE 

Pami 




Lee, Pamela (Business) Scholastic Award Nominee 
3; Drill Team 3; Music Festival 3, 4; Twirler 4. 



Leighton, Ann Marie (Business) Scholastic Award 
Nominee 1, 2; Scholastic Award Winner 1, 2; Science 
Fair 1. 



LeVangie, Susan (College) Scholastic Award Nominee 
1, 2; Scholastic Award Winner 2, 3; Dramatic Club 
1, 2, 3, 4; Historian of Dramatic Club 3; Auxilium 
Latinum Award 1, 2; F.T.C. 1, 2, 3, 4; F.T.C. Secre- 
tary 3; President of F.T.C. 4; Key Club 3, 4; 
Oracle Staff 4. 




ANN MARIE LEIGHTON 

Ann 



SUSAN A. LeVANGIE 

Susan 





KENNETH LEVINSON 

Ken 




MAUREEN LEWIS 

Loo 



DONNA E. LICHENSTEIN 

Donna 



Levinson, Kenneth (College) Music Festival 1; Sci- 
ence Fair 1, 2; Band 1, 2. 



Lewis, Maureen (Business) Drill Team 3; Spring Con- 
cert 3; Fashion Show 3, 4; Science Fair I. 



Lichenstein, Donna E. (College) Banner Staff 3; 
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; District Festival 4; Scholastic 
Award Nominee 3; F.T.C. 1, 2, 3, 4; Music Festival 
1, 3, 4. 



A juicy apple seems quite satisfying to 




62 



Of Randolph High 



Lind, Robert (Business) Band 1, 2; Football 1; Music 
Festival 1; District Festival 1. 



Lindfield, Elizabeth A. (Business) Band 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Banner Staff 1, 2, 3, 4; Banner Staff 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Booster Club 1, 2, 3; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Dramatic 
Club 2, 3, 4; Junior Dance Committee 3; Banner 
Fashion Show 1, 2, 3, 4; Pops Concert 1, 2; Key 
Club 3, 4; Oracle Staff 4. 



Lipsky, Michael (College) Baseball 1; Bowling Club 
3; Chess Club 3, 4; F.T.C. 2, 4. 



Lombardi, Kenneth (General) Basketball 4; Scho- 
lastic Award Nominee 3; Scholastic Award Winner 
3; Football 1, 3, 4; Key Club 3, 4. 



Lord, Brian (College) Booster Club 4; Oracle Staff 
4; Winter Track 2. 



Lyons, Paul (College) 



Karen Anderson during lunch. 





ROBERT LIND 

Bobby 




MICHAEL LIPSKY 

Mike 




BRIAN LORD 

Brian 




ELIZABETH A. LINFIELD 

Betty 




KENNETH LOMBARDI 

Sky 




PAUL LYONS 

Panchito 



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GERARD J. MACCINI 

Moose 




CHERYL MANZONI 

Cheryl 



JAMES MacALLISTER 

Moc 




Extra-Curricular Activities 



MacAllister, James (Business) 



Maccini, Gerard J. (Business) 



Manzoni, Cheryl (College) F.T.C. 3, 4; Science Fair 2. 



Marzinzik, Nancy (College) Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Booster Club 2, 3; 
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Dance Band 1, 2, 3, 4; District Festival 3; Key 
Club 4; F.T.C. 3, 4; Scholastic Award Nominee 2, 3, 4; Music Fes- 
tival 1, 2, 3, 4; Oracle Staff 4. 



Masellis, David 



NANCY MARZINZIK 

Nancy 



Mazules, Patricia (General) Banner Fashion Show 3. 



McCormick, James (Business) Class Officer 4; Scholastic Award Nom- 
inee 3; Scholastic Award Winner 3; Football 1; Oracle Staff 4. 



PATRICIA MAZULES 

Pattie 



JAMES McCORMICK 

Jimmy 





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thomas McDonnell 

Tommy 



JOHN McGRATH 

John 



Made Learning Enjoyable 



McDonnell, Thomas (College) All-State Festival 2, 4; Band 2, 4; Music 
Festival 2, 4. 



McGrath, John (Business) Chorus 1, 2; Scholastic Award Nominee 3; F.T.C. 
1; Science Fair 1. 



McHugh David (College) 



McKiernan, Kevin (College) Dramatic Club 4; Football 2, 3; Winter Track 2. 



McKinney, Ronald (General) Chorus 4; Cross Country Team 2; Dramatic Club 
4; Football I; Spring Track 1, 2. 



McLeod, Anne (College) Booster Club 3, 4; Scholastic Award Nominee 1, 2; 
Scholastic Award Winner 1; Drill Team 2, 3, 4; Banner Fashion Show 3; 
Key Club 3, 4; Music Festival 3; National Honor Society 3, 4; Oracle Staff 
3, 4; Oracle Editor 4. 



McNamara, Michael J. (College) Band 1; Booster Club 2, 3 4; Chorus I: 
Key Club 3, 4; Oracle Staff 3, 4. 



RONALD McKINNEY 

Ron 



ANNE McLEOD 

Andy 







MICHAEL J. McNAMARA 

Mike 



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Spirit Plays A n 




THOMAS W. MEDEIROS 

Tommy 



McNeil, Mary (Business) F.H.A.; Library Staff 4; 
Science Fair 1. 



Medeiros, Thomas W. (College) 



Merrill, Peter (College) Basketball 3, 4; F.T.C. 1, 2; 
Tennis 1. 



Michael, Leah (Business) Twirler I, 2, 3, 4; Music 

Festival 1 , 2, 3, 4; District Festival 1 , 2, 3, 4; Oracle 

Staff 4; Student Council 1; Head Twirler 3; Drum 
Majorette 2, 4; S.C.A.B. 2, 3, 4. 



Middleton, Joyce (College) Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Booster 
Club 2, 3; Chorus 2; District Festival 2, 3, 4; Scho- 
lastic Award Nominee 3; Key Club 3, 4; Music Festi- 
val 1, 3, 4; Oracle Staff 4; S.E.B.S.B.A. 2, 4. 




Miller, Cheryl (College) Scholastic Award Nominee 3; 
F.T.C. 4; Oracle Staff 4; Junior Dance Committee 3. 



Artie Zack rearranges chairs on the stage 




JOYCE E. MIDDLETON 

Joyce 



LEAH MICHAEL 

Mike 




CHERYL MILLER 

Cheri 




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Import 




Miller, Mary 

lastic Awar 
Club 3, 4 



Miller, Willio 

1; Science Fa 



Moron, Ellen (B 

Club 4; Jr. Da 



Moron, Linda (Business) 
2; Pep Squad 2. 




WILLIAM MILLER 

Bill 



Moreau, Janet (College) Chorus 3, 4; F.H.A. 3, 4; 
F.T.C. 3, 4; Music Festival 3; Junior Dance Com- 
mittee 3. 



Morton, Richard (College) F.T.C. 2, 3. 



MARY-MARGARET MILLER 

Mary-Margaret 





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f ,J m 


1 


u 




for the next club picture. 




LINDA MORAN 

Bugs 



ELLEN I. MORAN 

Ellen 




JANET H. MOREAU 

Jan 




RICHARD J. MORTON 

Richie 



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LINDA MURPHY 

Murph 



BRUCE MUNCH 

Bruce 



Seldom A 




RONALD NAZZARO 

Nazz 



Munch, Bruce (General) Spring Track 1; Winter Track I. 



Murphy, Linda (Business) District Festival 1, 2, 3; Drill Team 1; 

Concerts 1, 2, 3; Fashion Show 1; Usherette 1, 2; F.N.A. 1,2; 

Music Festival 1, 3; Office Girl 2; Oracle Staff 4; Science Fair 
1; Twirler 1 , 2, 3. 



Murphy, Peter (College) Baseball 4; Basketball 4; Bowling Club 
4; Conservation Club 4; Golf Team ], 2, 3, 4; Oceanography 4; 
Science Fair 1; Science Fair Committee 1, 3. 



Nazzaro, Ronald (General) Basketball 1. 



Naiman, Peter (College) Scholastic Award Nominee 1; Scholastic 
Award Winner 1; Science Fair I. 



Neumeister, Jo Ann (Business) Drill Team 3, 4; Library Staff 4; 
Office Girl 2. 




PETER NAIMAN 

Pete 



Noonan, Brian (College) 



JO ANN NEUMEISTER 

Jo 




BRIAN J. NOONAN 

B. J. 




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STEPHEN OBENISKI 

Obie 




MARY E. O'BRIEN 

O'B 




Spare Moment 



Obeniski, Stephen (General) 



O'Brien, Mary (College) Chorus 2; Scholastic Award Nominee 1, 2, 3; F.N. A. 1; 
Office Girl 2; Oracle Staff 4. 



O'Connor, Maureen (General) Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Dance Band 2; F.H.A. 4; 
Music Festival 1, 2, 3, 4. 



O'Deo, Edward (College) Football 1, 2, 4. 



O'Donnell, Theresa (Business) F.H.A. 4; Key Club 3, 4; Oracle Staff 4. 



MAUREEN O'CONNOR 

Susie 




Oilshver, Cheryl (College) Banner Staff 3, 4; Banner Fashion Show 2, 3; 
F.T.C. 1, 2; Key Club 3, 4; Library Staff 3; Office Girl 1, 2, 3, 4; Oracle 
Staff 4; Oracle Editor 4; Dramatic Club 4; Booster Club 1, 2, 3, 4. 



EDWARD O'DEA 

Eddie 



O'Keefe, Janet (College) Scholastic Award Nominee 2; Scholastic Award Winner 
3; Dramatic Club 3, 4; Oracle Staff 4; Science Club 1; Science Fair 1. 



THERESA O'DONNELL 

Terry 




CHERYL B. OILSHVER 

Chesh 




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JANET E. O'KEEFE 

Janet 



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BEVERLY O'LEARY 

Buzz 




Many Exciting 



O'Leory, Beverly (Business) Booster Club 2, 3; Cheer- 
leader 2, 3, 4; Capt. 4; Chorus 2, 3; Scholastic 
Award Nominee 2; Key Club 3, 4; Office Girl 
3; Oracle Staff 4; Student Council 4; Fashion Show 
1, 2, 3. 



O'Loughlin, Harold (General) Basketball 1, 2; Foot- 
ball 1. 



Olsen, Ruth (Business) Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Booster 
Club 3; Scholastic Award Nominee 1; Music Festi- 
val 1, 2, 3, 4; Oracle Staff 4. 



Palaza, Anthony (Business) All-State Festival 1, 2, 
3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Bowling Club 1; Dance Band 
1, 2, 3; District Festival 1, 2, 3, 4; Concerts 1, 2, 
3, 4; Music Festival 1, 2, 3, 4; Science Fair 1. 




HAROLD F. O'LOUGHLIN 

Harry 



RUTH OLSEN 

Ruthie 




KAREN A. PATTERSON 

K. P. 




ANTHONY J. PALAZA 

Tony 




STEPHEN F. PAYNE 

Steve 



Patterson, Karen (Businessl Booster Club 3, 4; Drill 
Team 1, 2; Second Lieut. 2; F.H.A. 1; Key Club 
4; Music Festival 1, 2, 3, 4; Office Girl 4; Oracle 
Staff 4; Twirler 3, 4; Banner Fashion Show 1, 2, 
3, 4. 



Payne, Stephen (General) Basketball 1, 3; Scho- 
lastic Award Winner 1, 3; Football 1; Science Fair 3. 



Leslie Chunis checks her book list before 




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Athletic Events 



Pearlman, Jocquelyne (Business) Scholastic Award 
Nominee 3; Dramatic Club 2; Pep Squad 3; Junior 
Donee Committee 3. 



Penny, Charlene (General) Chorus 1, 2, 4; Scho- 
lastic Award Nominee 3; F.H.A. 1. 



Penny, Mary (Business) Banner Staff 1; Chorus 
1, 2; Scholastic Award Nominee 3; Drill Team 3, 
4; F.T.C. 1; Office Girl 3; Music Festival 3, 4. 



Perakslis, Thomas (College) Cross Country Team 
3, 4; Scholastic Award Nominee 3; Spring Track 
2, 3, 4; Winter Track 2, 3, 4. 




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CHARLENE PENNY 

Charlene 



Perreault, Paul (College) 



Pierce, Linda (College) Banner Staff 1, 3; District 
Festival 3; Scholastic Award Nominee 3; Dramatic 
Club 1, 2, 3, 4; F.N.A. 1, 4; Girls' Basketball 1, 
2, 3, 4; Girls' Softball 2, 3, 4; Library Staff 1; 
Science Club 1; Science Fair 1. 



JACQUELYNE J. PEARLMAN 

Jockey 



taking a book from the library. 





MARY A. PENNY 

"Little One" 




PAUL R. PERREAULT 

Jr. 




THOMAS D. PERAKSLIS 

Tom 




LINDA A. PIERCE 

Lindy 



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CAROLE POOR 

Cazi 



DANIEL POOR 

Dan 



JUDITH A. POOLER 

Judy 




Knowledge Being 



Pooler, Judith (College) Booster Club 3; Drill Team 2, 3, 4; Music 
Festival 4; Oracle Staff 4; Jr. Dance Committee 3. 



Poor, Carole (Business) 



Poor, Daniel (General) 



Powers, Michael (College) Banner Staff 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3; Scho- 
lastic Award Nominee 1, 2, 3; Scholastic Award Winner 1; Fashion 
Show 3, 4; Key Club 4; N.H.S. 3, 4; Tennis 4. 



Powers, Patricia (College) Banner Staff 1, 2, 3, 4; Booster Club 
3; Scholastic Award Nominee 1; Dramatic Club 3, 4; Banner Ed- 
itor 2, 3, 4; F.T.C. 1, 2; Key Club 4; Oracle Staff 4; Science Fair 
1, 2; Science Fair Committee 3, 4. 



MICHAEL POWERS 

Mike 




\ 



PATRICIA POWERS 

Pat 



Powers, Stephen (College) 



Prenovitz, Paul (College) Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; 

Dance Band 2, 3, 4; District Festival 2, 3, 4; Dramatic Club 3, 4; 

Music Festival 1, 2, 3, 4; Oracle Staff 4; S.E.M.S.B.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Spring Track 2, 3, 4. 



STEPHEN POWERS 

Steve 




PAUL PRENOVITZ 

Paul 






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ANN PRESTON 

Ann 



PATRICIA PREVITI 

Pat 




Put To Good Use 



JEAN M. PULEO 

Jeanne 



Preston, Ann (Business) F.H.A. 3. 



Previti, Patricia (Business) Booster Club 3; Scholastic Award Nominee 1; 
Scholastic Award Winner 1; Drill Team 4; Key Club 4; Oracle Statf 3, 4. 



Puleo, Jean (College) 



Quill, Joseph (College) Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Dance Band 
Club 4; Music Festival ), 2, 3, 4; Science Fair 1. 



I, 2, 3, 4; Dramatic 



Raftery, Linda (College) Banner Staff 1, 3, 4; Booster Club 3; Chorus 1, 2; 
Dramatic Club 4; Drill Team 4; Key Club 4; Oracle Staff 3, 4. 




Raskind, Mark (College) Booster Club 3; Scholastic Award Nominee 1, 2, 3; 
Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4; Key Club 4; Science Club 1; Russian Club 1; Scribblers 
Club 1; Bridge-Whist Club 2. 



JOSEPH QUILL 

Butch 



Raymond, Katherine (College) Scholastic Award Nominee 3; F.H.A. 4; Pep 
Squad 2, 3; F.N.A. 2, 4; Oracle Staff 4. 



LINDA M. RAFTERY 

Lin' 




MARK E. RASKIND 

Mark 





KATHERINE RAYMOND 

Kathy 



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Looked Forward To 



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LINDA A. RAYMOND 

Lin 








KATHLEEN ROCHE 

Kathy 




Raymond, Linda (Business) Chorus I; F.H.A. 1, 4; 
Pep Squad. 



Roche, Kathleen (College) Banner Staff 3; Booster 
Club 3; Scholastic Award Nominee 3; Auxilium 
Latinum Award 1, 2; Oracle Staff 4. 



Rodd, Susan (College) Dramatic Club 3, 4; Rus- 
sian Club 1; F.N. A. 1, 2. 



Rodman, Susan (College) Banner Staff 3, 4; Booster 
Club 2; Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Dance 
Committee 3; F.T.C. 2, 3, 4; Key Club 4; Library 
Staff 4; History Club 4. 



Rogers, Alice (Business) F.H.A. 3, 4. 



Roselli, Anthony (General) Bowling Club 1; Foot- 
ball 1, 3, 4. 



I 



Chris DePalma, Irene Serisky, and Alan 



SUSAN D. RODD 

Susan 




ALICE M. ROGERS 

Alice 



SUSAN R. RODMAN 

Susie 



1 "*fc -3 

- 
* 1 

"3* J 





ANTHONY ROSELLI 

Tony 




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Holidays And Vacations 



Rothstein, Lawrence (College) Scholastic Award Nomi- 
nee 2; History Club 4. 



Rowell, Arlene (General) F.H.A. 4. 



Rubin, Frederic (College) Scholastic Award Winner 3. 



Rudnick, Harvey (College) 





ARLENE F. ROWELL 

Arlene 



Ryan, Edith (Business) Booster Club 4; Chorus 2; 
F.H.A. 4; Officer Girl 4. 



Ryan, Margaret (Business) Key Club 4; Oracle 
Staff 4; Twirler 4. 



Young pay full attention in English class. 




LAWRENCE ROTHSTEIN 

Larry 




FREDERIC G. RUBIN 

Fred 




EDITH RYAN 

Edie 




HARVEY RUDNICK 

Harv 




MARGARET RYAN 

Margie 



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JOSEPH SAIA 

Joe 



MARSHA SALTMAN 

Marsh 



VINCENT SACCONE 

Vin 




Our Goal Is 



Saccone, Vincent (College) Banner Staff 2. 



Saia, Joseph (Business) 



Saltman, Marsha (College) Banner Staff 3, 4; Banner Editor 4; 

Banner Fashion Show 3, 4; Scholastic Award Nominee 2, 3; F.N. A. 

2, 3; F.T.C. 2; Girls' State Nominee 3; Key Club 3, 4; N.H.S. 3, 
4; Oracle Staff 4. 



Sandler, Carol (Business) F.H.A. 4; Office Girl 3. 



Schaner, Kathyrn (Business) Scholastic Award Nominee I, 2, 3; 
F.H.A. 1, 2, 3; Treasurer 4; Girls' State Nominee 3; Pep Squad 3. 



CAROL SANDLER 

Carol 




KATHRYN A. SCHANER 

Kathy 



Schecter, Gail (College) Dramatic Club 4. 



Schoolcraft, Geraldine (Business) Booster Club 3; Office Girl 4; 
Oracle Staff 4; Library 4. 



GAIL SCHECTER 

Gail 




GERALDINE M. SCHOOLCRAFT 

Gerrie 




' 



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ILENE SERISKY 

llene 




VIRGINIA SEVERI 

Ginny 




Almost Met 



Serisky, llene (College) Banner Staff 3; Chorus 3; Vocalist to Dance Band 3; 
Scholastic Award Nominee 2; Dramatic Club 3, 4. 



Severi, Virginia (Business) Office Girl 2, 3. 



Sidman, Barry (College) Oracle Staff 4. 



Slack, George (Business) Cross Country Team 3; Academic Award Nominee 
1, 3; Winter Track 3. 



Spellberg, Barbara (College) Dramatic Club 4; F.T.C. 3, 4. 



Spring, Jo-Ann (College) Banner Staff 4; Scholastic Award Nominee 1; 
F.H.A. 2, 3, 4; F.N. A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Oracle Staff 4; Science Fair 1; Pep Squad 
2, 3, 4. 



Stanton, Kathleen (Business) Scholastic Award Nominee 3. 



BARRY SIDMAN 

Barry 




GEORGE SLACK 

George 



BARBARA SPELLBERG 

Barb 




JO-ANN SPRING 

Jody 





KATHLEEN STANTON 

Kathy 



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WINTHROP STAPLES 

Win 





MARIANNE W.L.M. STEFANI 

Marianne 



College For Some, 



Staples, Winthrop (College) 



Stefani, Marianne (Business) Scholastic Award Nom- 
inee 1, 2; Key Club 4; Office Girl 3. 



Steward, Bernice (College) Booster Club 3; Cheer- 
leader 3, 4; Chorus 1; Class Officer 4; Scholastic 
Award Nominee 3; Drill Team 1; F.H.A. 4; F.T.C. 
1, 4; Office Girl 1; Oracle Staff 4. 



Stevens, Lynn (Business) 



Strong, William (College) Baseball 3, 4. 



Tempesto, Theresa (Business) Girls' Basketball 1, 
2; Science Fair 1. 



Linda Warner makes 



BERNICE E. STEWART 

Rusty 




WILLIAM STRONG 

Butch 




THERESA M. TEMPESTA 

Terry 




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Jobs For Others 



Theberge, Judith (Business) Scholastic Award Nom- 
inee 2; Scholastic Award Winner 2. 



Tierney, Jane (Business) Science Fair I. 



Toffoloni, Barbara (Business) Banner Staff 4; Drill 
Team 3, 4; Key Club 4; Oracle Staff 4; Student 
Council 1, 2, 3, 4; Treas. 2; Vice-President 3; 
President 4. 





JANE TIERNEY 

Jane 



Tolson, Judith (Business) F.H.A. 1, 2, 3. 



Topham, William (Business) Booster Club 1, Scho- 
lastic Award Nominee 3; Scholastic Award Winner 
3; Winter Track 2. 



Trostel, Williom (College) Basketball 4; Chorus 1, 2; 
Tennis 4. 



JUDITH THEBERGE 

Judie 



a pleasant subject. 





BARBARA A. TOFFOLONI 

Toff 




WILLIAM TOPHAM 

Bill 




JUDITH TOLSON 

Judy 




WILLIAM TROSTEL 

Gooshe 



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MARY JO VENNIK 

M. J. 





ROBERT F. VERZONE 

Bob 



KAREN S. TUV 

Ka 




CHERYL VOLOVICK 

Sheh 



High School Has 



Tuv, Karen (Business) Chorus 1, 3, 4; Dramatic Club 4; F.H.A. 3, 
4; Color Guard 3, 4; Music Festival 3. 



Vennik, Mary Jo (College) Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Booster Club 1, Dis- 
trict Festival 1; F.N.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Sec. 2; Vice President 3; Presi- 
dent 4; Music Festival 1, 3; Oracle Staff 4; Twirler 1, 2, 3, 4. 



Verzone, Robert (College) Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 
4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4; Science Fair 1; 
Boys' State Delegate 3; Boys' State Nominee 3. 



Voloviek, Cheryl (Business) Key Club. 



Warner, Linda (Business) Booster Club 3, 4; District Festival 3; 
Scholastic Award Nominee 3; Drill Team 3, 4; Music Festival 3; 
Office Girl 2, 3; Oracle Staff 4. 



Watmough, Douglas (College) Cross Country Team 2. 




Wells, Raymond (Business) Audio 1; Science Club 1; Science Fair 1. 



LINDA WARNER 

Linda 



DOUGLAS WATMOUGH 

Doug 



RAYMOND WELLS 

Ray 






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CARL WENGLER 

Twinkletoes 




FREDERICK R. WESCOTT 

Fred 




Been Wonderful 



JAMES F. WESSEN 

L'il Wes 



Wengler, Carl (College) Footbal 
Winter Track 1, 2, 3, 4. 



I, 2, 3, 4; Sp 



Weseott, Fredrick (Business) Scholastic Award Nomi 
Science Fair 1, 2; Jr. Dance Committee 3; Chorusi 



Wesson, James (College) Boys' State Delegate 3 



White, Elaine (Business) Cheerleader 3, 4; Chorus 1 
in-Chief 4; N.H.S. 2, 3, 4; President 4; F.T.C. 2 
3; Scholastic Award Nominee 1, 2, 3; Scholasti 



White Linda (Business) Cheerleader 3, 4; Chorus 
1; Office Girl 2, 3; Powder Puff Football Game 



White, Ronald (College) 



Widrow, Steven (College) Boys' State Nominee 3; Scholast 
2, 3; History Club 4. 



LINDA WHITE 

Linda 





STEVEN WIDROW 

Woody 



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KATHLEEN M. WINSTON 

Kathy 



The Doors To The Future 




Winston, Kathleen (College) Scholastic Award Nom- 
inee 2; F.N. A. 1, 2, o, 4; Key Club 3, 4; Science 
Fair 2; Science Fair Committee 3, 4. 



Wood, Guy (Business) Scholastic Award Nominee 
2, 3. 



Woods, Maureen (College) F.T.C. 4; Office Girl 4. 



Wusteney, Kathleen (Business) Chorus 1 ; Scholas- 
tic Award Nominee 1, 3; Powder Puff Football 
Game 3. 



Young, Alan (College) Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4. 




VOOD 



MAUREEN WOODS 

Moe 





Young, Sharon (Business) F.H.A. 1, 2. 



ALAN YOUNG 




SHARON YOUNG 

Sharon 



Cindy Downs and Judy 




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Have Been Opened 



Yundt, John (College) Chorus 1, 4; Football 
3, 4; Spring Track 2; Winter Track 3, 4. 



2, 



Zack, Arthur (College) Banner Staff 3, 4; Editor 
4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Key Club 3, 4; Oracle 
Staff 4; Co-Editor-in-Chief 4; Science Club 2, 3; 
Science Fair 2; Science Fair Committee 2, 3; S.C.A.B. 
3, 4. 



Zeles, Robert (College) 



Zuppordi, Elissa (College) Band 1, 2; F.H.A. 4; 
Girls' Basketball 1, 2; Key Club 4; Oracle Staff 4. 



Zylinski, John (General) 



Sandler, Linda (Business) Chorus 4; Scholastic Award 
Nominee; Scholastic Award Winner 3; Dramatic Club 
4; Mr. Kearney's Secretary 4; Oracle Staff 4. 



CAMERA SHY 

Gerard Conroy — Shop 

James Crane — Shop 

James Simon — Business 

Virginia Wigley — Business 




Thiberge are amused at lunch. 




JOHN YUNDT 

John 




ROBERT ZELES 

Bob 




JOHN ZYLINSKI 

Colliege 





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ARTHUR ZACK 

Artie 




ELISSA ZUPPARDI 

Lisa 




LINDA SANDLER 

Linda 



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Seniors Selected For 




9 




n 

SENIOR 



Elaine White 




Michael Powers 



HONORS 





m 



r 




k 




Barbara Toffoloni 



James McCormick 



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Outstanding Achievement 



Randolph H. S. Library 




Arthur Zack 




Douglas Campbell 



Elaine White 

President of the National Honor Society . . . Co- 
Editor-in-Chief of the Oracle . . . Associate Feature 
Editor of the Banner . . . Student Council Advisory 
Board . . . National Merit Scholarship Finalist. Always 
there when work is to be done, Elaine has achieved an 
outstanding high school record. 



Michael Powers 

Editor-in-Chief of the Banner . . . Varsity Basket- 
ball . . . Advisory Board of the National Honor Society 
and Student Council. Mike's spirit and sincerity are 
exemplified in all his activities. 



Arthur Zack 

Co-Editor-in-Chief of the Oracle . . . Associate 
Sports Editor of the Banner . . . Master of copy, com- 
plaints, and deadlines . . . and a talented basketball 
player as well. 



Barbara Toffoloni 

President of the Student Council . . . personality 
plus ... an energetic member of the drill team. Her 
pleasing personality has made her everyone's friend. 



James McCormick 

President of the Senior Class . . . our favorite leader 
. . . a member of the Student Council Advisory Board 
. . . Jim is the living standard bearer of the class of 
1966. 



Douglas Campbell 

President of the Student Council Service Club . . . 
President of the Dramatics Club . . . Vice-President 
of the Future Teachers Club. Doug is on industrious 
leader. 



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STANDOUTS . . . 




Miss R.H.S. 

Dianne Almond 



Mr. R.H.S. 

Dennis Konary 



M 




FRIENDLIEST 

William Coughlin and 
Linda Green 



,, rUU"""- 1 - I iOHN 



-u \ NEW GOREN OM 
STEINBECK \ Nt« 




MOST ATHLETIC 

Arthur Dulong and 
Linda Pierce 



BEST LEADERS 

James McCormick and 
Barbara Toffoloni 



MOST MUSICAL 

Paul Prenovitz and 
Nancy Marzinzik 



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1 02 

«6 










MOST TALKATIVE 

Joseph Quill and 
Betty Lindfield 



"*2T« '""A // 

8u %e( _/J^ 



WX^Bntic 




BEST DANCERS 

Herbie Clifford and 
Jane Comerford 



BEST STUDENTS 

Mark Bornstein and 
Elaine White 



,FlGH T S 







BEST NATURED 

Arthur Zack and 
Dianne Almond 



MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED 

Mark Bornstein and 
Elaine White 



In The Class 

Of 
1966 



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Approaching The Final Milestone 




JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS 

Treasurer, Regina Dolan; President Greg 
Willis; Vice-President, Peter Konary; 
Secretary, Claire Tantillo. 



Standing in the wings waiting their turn — the class of 1967 is preparing 
for the challenge of the future. The Senior year carries many responsibili- 
ties, creates new experiences, and requires untiring effort. The pleasures 
and satisfaction received from creating a yearbook and organizing a prom 
offset the work required. To insure a successful Senior year — work should 
begin now. 




Mike MacNamara gets tagged by junior Kathy 
George on Student Council Tag Day. 




Linda Zaccardi doesn't object to being outnumbered 
by boys in Chemistry class. 





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A t Randolph High 




Mr. Theodore Pino, Junior Class Ad- 
visor, gives Billy Stewart some 
thoughtful advice. 





T. Arey and B. McGrath study in the library before a 
final in History. 




Junior girls enjoy a period of square dancing 
in physical education class. 



The structure of the Federal Govern- 
ment doesn't seem to be a problem for 
Steve Allen and Mark Abramson. 



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Linda DiNatale, Rhonda Lampert, 
and Nancy Powers listen attentive- 
ly during a class in French III. 



Jackie Mullaney goes on an 
errand for Mr. Powderly. 



Beverly O'Leary advises Nancy 
Hennessey and Beverly Casper. 







Anticipating Senior Status 



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Row 1 — J. Boomhower, P. Brewster, K. Broderick, M. Brennan, L. Beaucaire, E. Bollous, S. 
Bradbury, C. Abend, J. Berlow. Row 2 — D. Berenson, F. Adams, E. Beam, G. Blaine, N. 
Bell, J. Benson, S. Apromollo, T. Arey, M. Aronovitz. Row 3 — A. Brewster, M. Anderson, S. 
Allen, L. Barboza, D. Bailey, M. Abramson, W. Bernard, B. Baxter, K. Broderick F. Baird 
J. Hallisy. 



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Row 1 — P. Constantio, L. Charles, E. Cohen, K. Butts, B. Casper, S. Carson, C. Connolly. 
Row 2 — R. Burke, H. Butler, D. Chatfield, P. Ferrara, J. Canavan, A. Burns, K. Cavanaugh, 
T. Cardello. Row 3 — A. Castaline, J. Caines, W. Connors, L. Colson, J. Condlin, R. Coburn, 
J. Cairns. 



A Year Of Education And Fun 



Row 1 — R. Dolan, C. Crowley, S. Dailey, D. Dolan, L. DiNatale, B. Deane, M. Denver. 
Row 2 — R. DeCarlo, L. Diauto, F. Delong, J. Cunningham, B. Dixon, R. DeBoer, C. Cote. 
Row 3 — R. DeSisto, J. Davin, J. Cutting, J. Davock, P. DeLorenzo, R. Cross, D. Donahue. 



168 







169 



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Row 1 — J. Ellis, K. Donovan, S. Fillebrown, K. Gambino, L. Forrest, K. Fahey, M. Ferragamo. 
Row 2 — P. Flaherty, E. Dooley, T. Fahey, E. Fisher, J. Fraser, F. Ellis, T. Flaherty. Row 3 — 
R. Fernald, G. DuPont, R. J. Fox, M. Gale, R. Foley, R. Fraser, R. Ferrara. 



A Year Filled With 







Row 1 — J. Hanlon, P. Golding, J. Hackett, L. Gravell, L. Hansen, J. Gedutis. Row 2- 
K. George, H. Gaddis, D. Gore, E. Golob, G. Galway, M. Halpern, G. Germano. Row 3- 
G. Gore, S. Gordon, T. Griffin, A. Goldman, R. Gray, R. Grosky, K. Harris. 



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Row 1 — K. Kunz, S. Kalitsis, R. Lambert, W. Larsen, H. Kelly, D. Landau, N. Lane. Row 2 — 
S. Lee, C. Jerome, P. Kreckler, R. Johnson, R. Lane, R. Hederick, J. Leary, R. Kibbee, M. Kat- 
ler, J. Jackson, N. Hennessey. Row 3 — H. Lapides, B. Keeler, E. Lappen, G. Johnson, P. 
Jenkins, P. Konary, E. Heywood. 



Unforgettable Experiences 




Row 1 — M. McSolla, J. Lynch, M. McCann, P. Mattivello, G. Gooma, D. Major, E. McElroy, Y. 
McFarland, A. McSolla. Row 2 — P. Markham, J. Lang, L. Hickey, J. McGrath, J. Malone, 
J. Moloney, B. McGrath, A. Lesigari, D. Mallard. Row 3 — F. Malfa, S. Meade, J. Meaney, 
M. Miatina, D. McLaughlin, J. McLaughlin, J. Linback, J. Lucy, P. London, R. Leite, M. Lit, 
D. Lurie, D. McPhee. 



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Row 1 — D. Pratt, C. Nelson, P. Brien, M. O'Conner, J. Mullaney, S. Nathan, D. Monti, S. 
Poretsky. Row 2 — B. Parker, K. Michaelson, E. Olsen, M. Powers, M. Noonan, N. Powers, 
L. Powers, W. Murray, L. Nesalsky. Row 3 — S. Patterson, J. Monteforte, P. Porter, F. 
Neumeister, C. Perry, B. Patterson, J. Olsen, M. Pearlstein, K. O'Neill, R. Page. 



The Final Year 




Row 1 — M. Ryan, N. Smart, L. Serriello, D. Smith, S. Saia, D. Saltzman, A. Salamone, A. 
Saltzburg, S. Silveka. Row 2 — L. Schoeplpeine, N. Sawczuk, L. Schultz, M. Richards, P. 
Reid, S. Rosen, B. Rosen, V. Smith, C. Rothwell, S. Rosen, B. Sorgman. Row 3 — R. Reingold, 
C. Russo, J. Richman, S. Schoolcraft, R. Simmons, A. Ricchio, J. Rosenberg, M. SmaW, 
B. Rothwell. 



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Row 1 — S. Weiner, E. Wainrober, J. Spiers, A. Stepner, T. Tempesta, P. Lions, C. Tantillo. 
Row 2 — J. Walker, M. Turner, K. Tuminelli, D. Stocks, B. Stone, D. Swartz, N. Stroll, J. 
Watson, P. Weinberg, K. Staff, M. Krasse. Row 3 — J. Toomey, A. Teperow, E. Stevens, J. 
Walsh, W. Stewart, G. Spellman, R. Spearin, A. Towns, W. Tsehevitz, J. Spearin, S. Warner. 



In The Steps Toward Graduation 




Row 1 — L. Zaccardi, C. Wyzinski, J. Abert, S. Albert, C. Wood, D. Wells. Row 2 — R. Wong, 
L. Albert, M. Williams, L. Wigley, P. Yenofsky. Row 3 — D. White, S. Wentzell, G. Willis. 



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SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS 

Treasurer, Wendy Coburn; President, 
Cal Zaccardi; Secretary, Maureen 
Cochrane; Vice-President, Francis 
Brack 




Dianne St. Germain holds a dinosaur model so Mar- 
gie Ross and Audrey Jones can get a better look 
at it. 



SOPHOMORE CLASS REPORT 

It has not taken the Sophomore class long to 
adjust to the routine of the Senior High School. 
New surroundings, studies, and activities help- 
ed to bring maturity to the young-looking sop- 
homores who entered Randolph High School last 
September. Now is the time for them to begin 
considering what they wish to accomplish. Plans 
for the future must be formulated. The journey 
ahead will be filled with many obstacles, but 
with guidance and perseverance they will reach 
their goals. 



James Napolitano and Fred Smith concentrate on 
finishing their typing paper before the period ends. 





Row 1 — C. Azzariti, B. Batson, A. Brown, J. Burwell, L. Bell, S. Berenson. Row 2 — R. Baker, 
D. Bell, N. Bell, A. Bowler, J. Campbell, R. Campbell, E. Benjamino, J. Barboza, A. Ayers, 
S. Bernier, B. Baker. Row 3 — P. Baker, D. Cavanaugh, S. Burns, G. Campbell, F. Brack, R. 
Boren, C. Bagge, R. Cammarata, D. Brandt, T. Belmont, G. Brown. 



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Planning For The Future 




Row 1 — M. Corcoran, M. DeFelice, M. Cummins, J. Daley, B. Curran, M. Donahue, C. 
Connaughton, D. Comeau, A. Dinacio. Row 2 — E. Cohen, J. Dailey, J. Cunningham, J. Cond- 
lin, A. Dale, P. Cuff, L. Desisto, E. DeLano, F. Connors, R. Cowgill. Row 3, — R. Curry, J. 
DeCourcey, K. Diaz, D. Comis, D. Connors, S. Clapp, J. Dane, P. Cole, W. DeBoe, D. Diauto, 
J. Diauto. 

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235 




Row 1 — J. Feldman, S. Feldman, D. Ela, K. Donovan, L. Fumarolo, E. Gardner, D. Dugan, D. 
Dunlavey, S. Field. Row 2 — K. Dowling, T. Dubois, M. Fox, J. Foley, B. Fineberg, J. Esterman, 
G. Gardner, B. Edwards, M. Flaherty, M. P. Gallagher, G. Foreman, S. Forti. Row 3 — J. Drury, 
W. Dunnigan, G. Driscoll, R. Erlichman, H. Finkel, R. Erickson, J. Dunn, M. A. Gallagher, H. 
Erenberg. 



A Iways Looking Forward 



238 




R ow i — E. Heger, E. Goldman, D. Hackett, C. Haynes, C. Gordon, A. Siiaw, L. Schultz, D. 
Riccardi. M. McAnn. Row 2 — J. Lang, J. Goldstein, C. Green, J. Grillo, J. Hayes, R. Gelb, M. 
Goodman, J. Green, S. Hawes, H. Cryer. Row 3 — D. Grossman, K. Hall, J. Griffin, S. Gold- 
berg, S. Gass, P. Hart, T. Gateley. R. Getchell, M. Gurney. 



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Row 1 — P. Sullivan, M. Staples, K. Smith, D. Sullivan, D. St. Germain, H. Stearns, M. Snow. 
Row 2 — G. Fishier, J. Tempesta, E. Symkus, B. Spellman, W. Tierney, F. Smith, R. Spiro. 
Row 3 — R. Tardiff, D. Sullivan, F. Smith, K. Steidle, R. Stevenson. 



More Problems To Solve 



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Tomorrow's Mechanics 



The Randolph Vocational High School offers to the 
boy interested in auto mechanics a four year course com- 
plete with class and shop work. At the completion of the 
course, job placement is arranged for many of the stu- 
dents. The course offered presents many varied and in- 
teresting problems to challenge the students. The Voca- 
tional School has provided the area with many mechanics, 
offered all a clearer insight into job operation, and has 
opened to many a lifetime career in automotive repair. 
Thp techniai" 3 the boys learn in school will form the 



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ACTIVITIES 



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Extra-curricular activities at Randolph High 

School make positive contributions to the 

school while developing 

the talents of leadership 

and labor in the individual. 

After a day of studying 

in the classroom, 

the students eagerly look forward 

to a wide variety 

of activities made available. 

Whether participating for relaxation, 

mental stimulation, 

or practical experience, 

all are able to find an activity 

to meet 

their needs and interests. 




LEAVING 




RANDOLPH 





A Link 



1st row: C. Maccicci, B. Toffoloni, S. Saia, Mr. Santry. Row 2: K. Kiley, M. Maxwell, 
B. Casper, M. Vogel, B. O'Leary, N. Hennessey, L. Green. Row 3: T. Jalkut, A. Dulong, 
J. Spellman, J. Walker. 




STUDENT COUNCIL 

Student government is on integral part of a high school. 
It functions to create better relations among the student body, 
the faculty, and the administration. The Randolph High 
School Student Council has accomplished this goal. Among 
its programs are Tag Day, Teacher Appreciation Day, and 
the Student Teacher for a Day Program. Under the super- 
vision of Mr. James Santry, the Student Council has proven 
itself to be a valuable asset to the school. 





Mr. Santry supervises sophomore 
class elections. 



ADVISORY BOARD 

1st row: B. O'Leary, N. Beal, B. Toffoloni, Mr. Santry, L. Green, K. Patter- 
son. Row 2: R. Favreau, S. LeVangie, W. Strong, E. White, J. McCormack, 
L. Michaels. Row 3: M. Hayward, A. Zack, M. Powers, G. Willis. 




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Row 1 — P. Leary, K. Kiley, K. Lee, L. Hylen, S. Albert, C. Hurwitz, J. Hunter, K. Hutchinson, 
H. Jones. Row 2 — J. Leighton, S. Kunz, B. Jablonski, L. Huntington, K. Kyer, A. Kiaplan, H. 
Hershoff, C. Lawson, C. Halloway, E. Kibbee, E. Kahn, W. Jope, D. Lavalle. Row 3 — T. Kreck- 
ler, R. Jayes, R. Jope, J. Higgins, M. Indeck, A. Hendrickson, R. Leighton, J. Keeley, J. 
Kelleher, R. Hunter, J. Jalkut, J. Kramer. 



Eager For Responsibility 




/, D. MacGillivary, S. Maloof, K. McNeil, S. Gollaway, 
ion, E. McGrath. Row 2 — K. Molfa, M. Maxwell, R. Ellis, S. 
). McCarthy, M. Linfield, B. Marotta, K. Mahoney, D. Lyken, E. 
lurdy, J. Mark ham. Row 3 — A. Levine, S. McLaughlin, J. Lew, M. 

Magnusson*BBHWB8J^ K. Manson, 
jnn, M. McDonald. 



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242 




Row 1 — from left — M. Noblin, C. Micciche, S. Nadelman, P. Leary, D. Oser, M. McSolla, 
A. Shaw, P. O'Connor, R. Ellis, E. Sandler, S. Macy. Row 2 — W. Prince, R. Morales, P. 
McCann, S. Patterson, P. O'Leary, A. Petitpas, B. Penney, R. Pocius, P. Neilson, L. Logan, 
M. Parkin, D. McPartland, S. Nuesbaum, G. Norris, S. Nieson, C. Olson. Row 3 — E. Mulcahy, 
J. Daly, J. Napolitano, K. Murray, C. Murphy, G. Parker, A. Morton, L. LeVangie, R. Phelan, 
W. Mellon, E. O'Donnell, T. Merrigan, E. Olive, C. Oborsky, T. Powers, A. Nelson. 



New Challenges To Meet 



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Row 1 — L. Appromolo, K. Schulze, J. Sandler, C. Rosa, C. S 
Sandler, K. Rossman, L. Silver. Row 2 — L. Concannon, K. f 
Sarrofeen, M. Ricci, J. Riddle, M. Rosenberg, D. Schultz, M. f 
Row 3 — S. Serwo, P. Shack, J. Puleo, D. Sandler, W. Shroup 
Shay, R. Rosa, W. Schepis. 



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Between The Students and Administration 




Student Council Officers: T. Jalkut, Treasurer; B. Toffoloni, President; and Sandy Sdia, 
Vice-President. Missing from picture is Mary Vogel, Secretary. 



President Barbara Toffoloni checks to see that Nancy 
Hennessey and Sandy Saia have no problems. 





Barbara Toffoloni and Mr. Santry talk about the 
success of the Student Council Tag Day. 



107 



Demonstrating Outstanding Qualities Of 







Row 1: Mr. Waxman, M. Kelly, B. Jayes, E. White, M. Bornstein, D. Landau. Row 2: A. Mc- 
Leod, J. Berlow, M. Powers, M. Conrad, M. Saltman. Row 3: D. Major, M. Turner, M. Miller, 
J. Carlson. 



^NATIONALi 
I HONOR SOCIETYi 






NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 

Under the direction of the new advisor, 
Mr. Robert Waxman, the National Honor So- 
ciety continues to give recognition to the top 
student for Scholarship, Leadership, and Ser- 
vice. In addition to the four officers led by 
the President, Elaine White, there is an elect- 
ed executive board of three members to help 
officers and a faculty advisory committee of 
four to help the director in choosing applica- 
tions for admission into the society. Ail work 
together in making the Joseph Daly Chapter 
of the National Honor Society an admirable 
organization of Randolph High School. 



National Honor Society Advisory Board, Seated: Mrs. 
Helen McGonigle, Miss Isabelle Bennett. Standing: 
Mr. Robert Waxman, Mr. Raymond Thompson, Mr. 
Joseph Bourgeois. 



Scholarship, Leadership, Character And Service 




M. Kelly, Secretary; B. Jayes, Vice-President; E. White, President; M. Bornstein, Treasurer; 
M. Powers, Advisory Board 




Debbie Major waits for Bobbie 
Rosen to decide whether she 
wants the book. 



Marcia Kelly and Barbara Jayes 
put the books on the shelves 
while Arthur Zack and Elaine 
White look over the stock. 




The National Honor Society induction opens with a 
speech by the president. 




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Devoted To Spirit And Services 



STUDENT COUNCIL SERVICE CLUB 

Before school in the auditorium . . . helping the Guidance 
Department during Sophomore testing . . . keeping the lunch 
program running smoothly . . . the members of the Student 
Council Service Club work diligently to better the school. 
The duties of the club are numerous, but the members per- 
form their work with a good shew of school spirit and a true 
devotion to their school. 




Row 1: M. Kelly, M. Ryan, L. Green, K. Patterson, P. 
Kritzman, M. Saltman, B. O'Leary, N. Beal. Row 2: A. 
Lauricella, S. DeCourcey, L. Chunis, K. Anderson, E. 
White, C. Oilshver, S. Goldman, B. Cokely, J. Middleton, 
L. Rafftery. Row 3: K. Winston, D. White, J. Calish, M. 



MacNamara, D. Albert, W. Strong, M. Goldberg, P. Pow- 
ers, D. Lurie, M. Lit, B. Favreau. Row 4: A. McLeod, L. 
Fowler, B. Linfield, E. Bell, M. Miller, A. Zack, M. Pow- 
ers, S. LeVangie, B. Toffoloni, D. Almond, J. Gedutis, D. 
Krauss 




J. Fleming, Secretary; D. Campbell, Presi- 
dent; N. Beal, Vice-President; L. Green, 
Treasurer. 



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A Moment Of Recognition And Pride 



Each year students eagerly anticipate the Scholastic Award 
Assembly. The names of the winners are kept secret until 
the day of the assembly. A statuette, a symbol of highest 
achievement in a particular subject, is given to the student 
who has worked most diligently in a particular subject. 

In addition, a statuette is given to an outstanding citizen 
of the community. Last year the winner of this award was 
Lt. Ralph Condlin, a member of the Randolph Police De- 
partment. 





Mr. Theodore Pina presents the honorary Scholastic 
Award to Lt. Ralph Condlin at the annual awards as- 
sembly. 





While earlier winners look on, Mr. Pina presents 
a Scholastic Award to another deserving student. 



Mr. Pina leads the applause for the fine students who are 
Scholastic Award winners. 



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A Chronicle Of Memorie, 



THE 1966 ORACLE 

The Oracle is the school yearbook comprised of 
pictures and paragraphs tracing the highlights 
of a high school career. It is more, however, than 
just a book. For the Seniors it is a storehouse of 
happy memories. For the underclassmen it is a 
promise of happiness to come. The Oracle, a 
tradition, an achievement, a landmark for all. 




Marsha Saltman and Mary Brennan talk with Mr. 
Fairfield before they call the next senior for his picture. 




Mr. John Gene Papa, Literary and Business 

Advisor to the Oracle, devotes long, tedious 

hours of work to help make the Oracle a suc- 
cess. 





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Arthur Zack looks at some 
senior candids with Dianne Al- 
mond and Nancy Beal. 



1st Row: L. Green, K. Patterson, 
M. Saltman, C. Oilshver, A. Zack, 
W. White, J. Berlow, D. Clark, 
M. Conrad. Row 2: C. Arth, L. 
Rafftery, P. Previti, M. O'Brien, 
J. Beder, S. Goldman, J. Toomey, 
M. Goldberg, C. Downs, K. Ander- 
son, L. Raymond, S. Weiner, N. 
Beal, S. Dempsey, P. Kritzman. 
Row 3: K. Roche. S. Rodman, B. 
Linfield, L. Fowler, S. LeVangie, 
J. O'Keefe, J. Carlson, E. Bell, K. 
Goldenberg, N. Marzinzik, J. Mid- 
dleton, J. Fleming. 



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A Record Of High School Life 




1st row: M. Saltman, P. Kritzman, E. Zupardi, S. Lee, 
J. Burlow, J. Spiers, S. Bradbury, K. Roche, S. Dempsey, 
B. Griffin, M. J. McCann, D. Richardi, S. Denike, A. Mc- 
Leod. Row 2: J. Mullaney, M. Ryan, L. Chunis, J. Pooler, 
S. DeCourcey, K. Campbell, J. Spring, R. Olsen, K. Win- 
ston, N. Higgins, B. Stewart, K. Patterson. Row 3: D. 
Krauss, L. Green, L. Warner, S. Weiner, M. Richards, 



L. Sandler, K. Raymond, M. Cleary, P. Smythe, D. Lichens- 
tein, J. Neumeister, P. Mazules, P. Yenofsky, N. Beal, 
B. O'Leary, J. Fleming, J. McCormick. Row 4: C. Miller, 
P. Prenovitz, J. Beder, K. Anderson, L. Fowler, N. Bell, 
K. Kiley, J. Luci, R. Howe, B. Lord, K. Goldenberg, C. 
Downs, B. Toffoloni, J. Kadudis, D. Almond, S. Derby, S. 
Goldman, L. Michael. 





Business Manager Mark Borns- 
tein discusses the ad campaign 
with Dianne Almond. 



113 




As Literary Editors on the Oracle staff, Ena Bell, Mary Conrad and Julie Berlow spend 
much time writing copy for the yearbook. 



Months Of Frantic Work 



Literary and Business Advisor, Mr. John G. Papa 
and Co-Editors-in-Chief, Elaine White and Arthur 
Zack. 



A yearbook is not only a publication of col- 
lective memories, but it is a living organization, 
composed of a widely-varied staff, directed by 
advisors whose ability is both essential and ever- 
present. The Oracle is the final result of months 
of confusion and co-operation, of frantic hurry 
and friendly collaboration, and of persistent 
worry and personal sacrifice. 



Mr. Papa gives Julie Berlow an idea for a page 
layout. 




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Art lack, Elaine White and 
Cheryl Oilshver discuss the sche- 
dule for taking homeroom pic- 
ture. 



Years Of Nostalgic Memories 





Mr. Nicholas Mackey, Techni- 
cal Advisor. 



Mr. John G. Papa, Literary and Business 
Advisor. 



Mr. Papa helps Elaine White and Arthur 
Zack decide which picture to use for 
the divider page. 







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1st Row: B. Jayes, Business Secretary; E. White, Associate Feature Editor; A. Dulong, Asso- 
ciate Editor; M. Powe-s, Editor-in-Chief; D. Landau, News Editor; A. Lauricella, Business Sec- 
retary. 2nd Row: L. Diauto, Music Editor; M. Goldberg, Sports Editor; C. Schepis, Literary 
Secretary; A. Zack, Associate Sports Editor; P. Powers, Photography Editor; M. Bornstein, 
Feature Editor; M. Saltman, Business Manager. 




Blue & White Banner. 



For the past decade the Blue and White Ban- 
ner has reflected the hard work, talent, and co- 
operation of its staff members and advisers. It 
has grown, as the school has grown, in scope 
and involvment, clearly recording for the com- 
munity and posterity, the busy life at Randolph 
High School. Through the dedication of its 
mentors, Mrs. Jean Noblin and Mr. James San- 
try, it has reached a mark of high literary ex- 
cellence. 



Mrs. Jean Noblin, Literary Advisor. 



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Of Randolph High School 





Mr. James San try, Business Ad- 
visor. 



1st Row: J. Beder, P. Kritzman, B. Jayes, M. Saltman, S. Poretsky, A. Lauri- 
cella, A. Saltzburg. 2nd Row: R. Lampert, A. Jones, S. Rodman, D. Bell, M. 
Powers, B. Slotnick, L. Bell, L. Diauto. 3rd Row: S. Dempsey, C. Oilshiver, D. 
Almond, B. Lynnfield, N. Bell, B. Toffoloni, S. Goldman, K Roche, C. Penney. 



1st Row: M. Crimmins, C. Hurvitz, B. Schwartz, Gail 
Schuman, A. Jones, S. Lee, E. White, B. Jayes. 2nd Row: 
J. Spring, B. Curran, L. Widrow, S. Weiner, E. Cohn, B. 
Slotnick, D. Sullivan, M. Warren, C. Campbell, L. Bell. 
3rd Row: E. Mulcahy, M. Fox, H. Kelly, K. Donovan, D. 



Bell, C. Schepis, N. Bell, P. Powers, C. Penney, L. Diauto, 
M. Lit, D. Lurie, P. Yenofsky, M. Bornstein. 4th Row: J. 
Kelleher, L. Rothstein, D. White, A. Teperow, M. Pow- 
ers, H. Finkel, A. Fox, G. Gass, A. Zack, J. Fox, J. Luci, 
P. London, M. Pearlstein, J. Lou, M. Goldberg. 




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Miss Martha Foley, Adviser; Douglas Campbell, 
Vice-President; Mark Bornstein, Scribe; Joyce Carl- 
son, Delegate; Mary Conrad, Treasurer; Susan Le- 
Vangie, President; Margaret McSolla, Historian; 
Marcia Kelly, Secretary. 



Promoting Teaching As A Career 



For many years the Future Teacher's Club has par- 
ticipated actively in our high school community. It has 
succeeded in its purpose to arouse the interest of students 
in the various aspects of the teaching profession through 
visits to colleges specializing in teacher education, visits 
to special schools like Canton School for Crippled Chil- 
dren, trips to see outstanding movies and plays, and 
meetings to hear speakers on various educational sub- 
jects. 



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Members offer suggestions for sopho- 
more party. 




1st Row: C. Hurvitz, A. Jones, J. Spier, M. Ross, G. Shu- 
man, S. Rosen, J. Moreau, L. DiNatale, M. Crimmins, C. 
Rosa, M. McSolla, Miss Foley. Row 2: L. Fumorola, S. 
Weiner, S. Brazas, P. Golding, F. Feldman, J. Grillo, K. 
Dowling, E. White, L. Staples, L. Diauto, S. Rodman, S. 
Bradbury, S. Albert, E. Wainrober, A. Dale, S. Maloof. 



Row 3: A. Saltzburg, D. Saltzman, S. Poretsky, B. Jayes, 
J. Joughin, M. Linfield, N. Marzinzik, E. Johnson, J. 
Kelleher, E. Bell, A. Morton, D. Connors, M. Miller, M. 
Lipsky, J. Calish, D. Acer, S. DeSisto, D. Lichenstein, S. 
Rosen. 



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Row 1: M. Noonan, M. Richards, S. Carsen, S. Bernia, 
B. Jayes, P. Powers, H. Godes, J. Rosenberg, E. Lapin, 
D. White, R. DeSisto, R. Rehingold, W. Curry. Row 2: 
N. Bell, D. Campbell, R. Grosky, R. McKinney, B. Spell- 
berg, L. Sandler, F. Frieland, S. Rosen, C. Abend, P. 
Ferrara, R. George, B. Rosen, J. O'Keefe, L. Pierce. 
Row 3: E. Kohn, B. Schwartz, A. Dale, S. Bradbury, A. 
Jones, G. Schuman, P. O'Leary, A. Goldman, S. Rodman, 
A. Saltzburg, K. Donovan, J. Feldman, S. Rosen. Row 4: 
G. Galway, J. Berlow, P. Maguire, J. Cunningham, S. 
Brazas, C. Shepis, M. Pearlstein, D. Grey, W. DeBoe, 



L. Priola, J. Burwell. Row 5: S. Poretsky, L. Bell, 
K. George, G. Gardner, D. Bell, M. Crimmins, R. Lampert, 
C. Hurvitz, A. Brown, N. Ross, B. Slotnick, J. Sandler, 
B. Casper, B. Linfield. Row 6: A. Brewster, J. Quill, 
B. Parker, S. Goldman, I. Serisky, S. Rodd, D. Albert, 
M. O'Brien, J. Mullaney, S. Heger, S. DeSisto, N. Smart, 
A. Salamone. Row 7: J. Hackett, J. Hasilin, L. Schepline, 
M. O'Connor, M. Brennan, M. Faragamo, R. DeCarlo, K. 
Kyer, D. Sullivan, M. Staples. Row 8: M. Aronovitz, J. 
Spiers, K. Tuv, K. Malfa, M. Porkin. 



Challenging Dramatic Fare Presented 



Each year Randolph High School awaits with theatre have helped broaden the members' cul- 

expectation the annual production of the tural background. The Dramatics Club teaches, 

Dramatics Club. Under the supervision of Mr. entertains, and awards many hours of fun to its 

Anthony Vellante, the club members have members, 
produced "Turn Back The Clock". Trips to the 





Dramatics Officers: Nancy Bell, Vice-president; Janet O'Keefe, 
Historian; Mr. Vellante, Advisor; Douglas Campbell, President; 
Ronald McKinney, Treasurer; Stephanie Rosen, Doris Landau. 



Mr. Vellante and the Dramatics Club showed 
the true Christmas spirit when they visited the 
Freedom House. 



F.N. A. Offers Vocational Training 




Mary Jo Vennik practices her first 
aid on Kathy Winston's cut finger. 



FUTURE NURSES CLUB 

At Randolph High School, girls interested in nursing join 
the Future Nurses Club. A members of this organization, 
the girls become acquainted with the skills needed by a nurse 
and her duties. Under the able guidance of Mrs. Signe Heath, 
the school nurse, the members acquire much valuable know- 
ledge regarding the nursing profession. 



Officers: M. Vennik, President; J. Spring, 
Vice-President; K. Winston, Secretary and 
Treasurer. 




1st Row: J. Spring, Mrs. Heath, 
Advisor; K. Winston, M. Vennik. 
2nd Row: M. Saltman, E. Garner, 
M. Maxwell, S. Dempsey, B. Sor- 
man, S. Lee. 3rd Row: K. Ray- 
mond, K. Donovan, L. Hyland, 
D. Acer, B. Rosen. 





1st Row: M. Vogel, B. Batson, J. Ferrara, M. O'Connor, 

C. Sandler, A. Rogers, Y. McFarland, M. O'Gourman, 

D. Smith, D. Oser. Row 2: 'J. Mullaney, Mrs. Stribley, E. 
Hutchinson, K. Schaner, S. Hoeg, B. Dixon, R. DeCarlo, 
J. Spring, Miss Reen, S. Heger. Row 3: M. Maxwell, S. 
DeCoursey, B. Stewart, M. McNeil, H. Bedard, L. Ray- 



mond, E. Ryan, D. Dorley, V. DeCarlo, J. Joughin, C. 
Wyceski, A. Lauricella, L. Serriello, D. Richardi. Row 4: 
W. Coburn, M. Clary, H. Klimas, L. Geller, K. Tuv, S. 
Dahlgren, C. Kespert, J. Moreau, K. Raymond, S. Nathan, 
D. Monte. 



Officers Attend National Convention 




Mrs. Stribley guides Donna 
Smith and Mary Vogel as they 
sew their wardrobes. 



Officers: Row 1: I. Hutchinson, S. Hoeg, 

B. Dixon, R. DiCarlo. Row 2: K. Schaner, 
Mrs. Stribley, Miss Reen, J. Spring. 



FUTURE HOMEMAKERS 

The Future Homemakers Club is one of the largest organ- 
izations which maintains a full calendar of activities through- 
out the year. The goal of the Future Homemakers is to pro- 
mote improvement in personal, family, and community living. 

President Susan Hoeg and Vice-President Eileen Hutchin- 
son attended the National Convention in Philadelphia, Penn- 
sylvania, last summer. 

The club's many well-rounded activities play an important 
part in the life of every girls' future. 




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Row 1: P. Yenofsky, Mr. Bourgeois. Row 2: 
D. Duulany, B. Keeler, S. DeSisto. 




B. Keeler, E. Lapin, and P. Yenofsky ex- 
amine specimens in an aquarium. 




OCEANOGRAPHY CLUB 

For the student interested in marine life, the Oceanography 
Club offers an interesting and educational program consisting 
of field trips, lectures, and individual research. Under the 
guidance of Mr. Joseph Bourgeois, the club has prospered in 
just a few years. 



Row 1: S. DeSisto, S. Brazas, J. Moreau, S. Forte, D. 
Duulaney. Row 2: G. Forman, B. Rottenberg, L. Beren, 



S. Nussbaum, A. Levine, H. Hirchoff. Row 3: M. Katler, 
B. Keeler, E. Lapin, J. Dane, P. Yenofsky. 




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S. Carson, P. Mazules, A. Rogers, M. McNeil, J. Lucy, L. Michael, S. Rodman, N. Higgins, 
Mrs. Graham — librarian. 

Knowledge, Available To All 




LIBRARY 

Under the new direction of Mrs. Maura Graham, 
the library has developed a well organized system. 
Mrs. Graham heads a staff of students who work dur- 
ing their free periods and after school. The library 
contains a wide variety of information which is made 
readily available to all Randolph High School stu- 
dents. 



Paul Jenkins, John Finstein, and Joe Lucy take the time to 
find a good book. 



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Miss Suzanne Wittimore uses the library for 
correcting papers. 




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BAND 

Through the never-ending efforts of its director, Mr. 
Rapoza, the band displays its talent from the football 
field to the concert hall. This year the band was the 
recipient of a special honor — an invitation to entertain 
at a Patriot's game. Individuals of this organization have 
brought additional honor to our school by representing us 
at District, SEMSBA, and All-State. We have good reason 
to be proud of our band, and we know that it is worthy 
of our praise. 





Our Music 



1st Row: M. Pearlstein, S. Brazas, L. 
Willis, P. Prenovitz, B. Comras, Mr. 
Rubino. 2nd Row: R. Grosky, F. Malfa, 
N. Marzinzik, W. DeBoe. 3rd Row: B. 
Parker, A. Baker, R. Casano, A. Bowler, 
B. Getchell, J. Finstein. 



Mr. Rubino 




Row 1: M. Noblin, J. Condlin, E. Galway, B. Parker, A. Palaza, 
L. Diauto, L. Powers, H. Hirshoff, E. Baker. Row 2: R. Groski, M. 
Pearlman, L. Willis, E. Johnson, L. Diauto, L. Colson, D. Sulli- 
van, S. Green, L. Huntington. Row 3: G. Johnson, N. Adams, P. 
Garvey, T. McDonald, G. Galway, N. Marzinzik, G. Forman. 
Row 4: F. Malfa, B. Comras, L. Fumerola, A. Baker, B. Wentzell, 
S. Forte, R. Olsen, S. Dinatle, M. Linfield. Row 5: A. Brewster, J. 
Quill, P. Prenovitz, A. Bowler, J. Finstein, J. Davin, J. Dimmick, 
H. Jones, J. Foley. Row 6: W. DeBoe, S. Brazas, E. Bell, E. Olive, 
B. Getchell, R. Casano, M. McNamara, E. Gardner, D. Clark. 
Row 7: J. Cunningham, M. Teschevitch, K. Tuv, Mr. Rapoza, Mr. 
Rubino. 



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practice during seventh 
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Makers Are Second To None 



DANCE BAND 

Selected from the members of the band, the Dance 
Band provides lively music at the concerts throughout 
the year. Long hours of practice under the direction of 
Mr. Rubino, the assistant director, result in the perfection 
displayed by this fine group. 








Melodious Voices And Rhythmic Songs 




Marg, Billy, Debbie, Lee, Judy, and Donna rehearse with Mr. Darnado. 



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THE CHORUS 

Under the supervision of Mr. Rapoza the chorus brings 
delightful entertainment to the school and the public by 
means of the school-time assemblies, the spring concert, 
and the annual musical production. Aside from school per- 
formances, the Chorus also represents Randolph High School 
in the SEMSBA, district, and state festivals. As with past 
successes of "Bye Bye Birdie" and "L'il Abner," the Chorus 
hopes to strive for an even higher degree of perfection. 



Row 1: P. Smythe, B. Maher, M. Richards, D. Dolan, J. Hackett, M. O'Connor, L. 
Diouto, M. DeBoer, S. Forte, S. Lichenstein, D. Lichenstein, B. Penney, E. Sandler, 
S. Poretsky, D. Clark. Row 2: L. Beaucaire, C. Penny, L. Waterman, S. Carson, 
M. Warren, D. Sullivan, B. Batson, M. Denver, B. Dixon, S. DeSisto, L. Sandler, 
M. Tyszkiewiez, J. Dimmik, N. Marzinzik. Row 3: M. Aronovitz, T. Tempesta, 
J. Moreau, K. Tuv, E. Linfield, B. Casper, M. Noonan, N. Adams, R. Higgins, M. 
Yaffe. Row 4: G. Johnson, W. DeBoe, B. Comras, D. Grossman, D. Storks, T. Malfa, 
R. McKinney, B. Parker, P. Prenovitz, R. Grosky, J. Yundt, C. Barkhouse, G. Galway, 
J. Kelleher. 



Heavenly Music 





Mr. Rapoza tries to get the attention of the chorus during 
a rehearsal. 



The chorus listens as Mr. Rapoza explains a 
difficult passage. 



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High Stepping . . . High Spirited 




The attractive drum majorette and head twir- 
ler Leah Michael and Nancy Beal. 



Whether they are wearing their traditional uni- 
forms or their new fur-trimmed outfits, the twir- 
lers always put on a dazzling routine for half- 
time at football games. The many after school 
and seventh period practices pay off in the end as 
the girls perform with grace and precision. How- 
ever, the twirlers take part in many other activi- 
ties. One of the main events for this year was the 
Boston Patriot's game, where they performed with 
the band and drill team during the halftime. 
Throughout the year these girls also participate in 
parades, concerts, festivals, and twirling competi- 
tions throughout the state. 



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lers and drill team members to 
study in the music room. 








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DRILL TEAM: — Row 1 — Barbara Toffoloni, Karen 
Anderson, Linda Forest, Darlene Burton, Regina Dolan, 
Donna Krauss. Row 2 — Dianne Almond, Judith Pooler, 
Donna Monte, Claire Tantillo, Kathy Rothwell. Row 3 — 
Gerry Germano, Jane Comerford, Leslie Chunis, Mary 
Jane McCann, Nancy Smart, Nancy Higgins. Row 4 — 



Karen Staaf, Jackie Coty, Barbara Griffin, Kathy Butts, 
Ann McLeod. Row 5 — Donna Fiorentini, Karen Broder- 
ick, Susan Denike, Linda Raftery, Mary Blanchard. Row 6 
— Cindy Downs, Susan Carson, Connie Ellis, Linda War- 
ner, Pat Pravitti, Mary Penny. Heads — Susan Francis, 
Linda Green, Yvonne McFarland. 



Precise And Graceful . 



DRILL TEAM 

The drum beat is heard, a mass of blue is seen 
in the distance, and the Randolph High School 
drill team marches into view. 

Long hours of practice during and after school 
have proved most fruitful. The "Brockton Enter- 
prise" has printed that this group of 42 girls cre- 
ate half-time good enough for Broadway. 

In addition to the traditional football half-time 
programs, the drill team participates in parades, 
festivals, concerts, and this year, a Boston Pa- 
triots' game in October. 

During halftime, Karen and Cindy concentrate 
while doing a new routine. 







Leading the drill team are Lieutenants Susan and 
Yvonne and the Captain, Linda. 






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ATHLETICS 



Athletics in high school provide 

the participant 

with priceless knowledge. 

The lessons learned from the long hours 

of rigorous training, 

spirit of sportsmanship acquired 

through inter-scholastic competition, 

and the idea of comradeship 

gained by working as a team 

become some of his most cherished possessions. 

The true athlete must keep himself 

in top physical and mental condition 

in order to perform 

to the best of his ability 

even in the face 

of certain defeat. 

The experiences on the field, 

on the court or the track 

provide a giant step 

on the path toward maturity. 




LEAVING 




RANDOLPH 




Sixty -Five Blue Devil Record 



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THE RECORD 

12 Middleboro 34 

6 Bridgewater-Raynham 26 

6 Whitman-Hanson 20 

8 Rockland 28 

16 Silver Lake 

6 Scituate 8 

14 Plymouth 6 

Abington 22 

14 Oliver Ames 




Middleboro tacklers down Randolph behind the 
line of scrimmage. 

1st Row: B. Spearin, B. Marzinzik, R. Franklin, C. Wen- 
gler, Captain M. Hayward, B. Verzone, J. Moloney, R. 
Foley, J. Spellman. 2nd Row: D. Penny, G. Willis, P. 
Konary, B. Bernard, Y. Yundt, J. McGrath, T. Roselli, F. 
Baird, Ass't. Coach Fleigner. 3rd Row: Coach Saba, K. 




Head Coach Philip Saba looks at a new play 
with Assistant Coaches Carl Fleigner and Robert 
Kondracki. 



Kiley, J. Malone, B. Sullivan, J. Kelley, J. Walker, R. 
Tardiff, John Sullivan, Ass't. Coach Kondracki. 4th Row: 
B. Spiro, J. Rosenberg, C. Zaccardi, Robert Merle, E. Odea, 
B. Stone, R. Cairns. 5th Row: K. Lombardi, J. Olson, F. 
Brack, S. Gass, M. Gale, S. Allen, P. Broderick. 







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Reflects Powerful Defense 



The 1965 Randolph High School football season will 
be remembered as one which began in frustration and de- 
feat but ended in a triumphant blaze of glory. This was a 
young team which made mistakes at the beginning and 
lost its first four games. The dawning of November 
brought about a maturity and complete reversal of form, 
with the team winning 3 of its last 5 games, climaxed by 
the total defeat of a giant Oliver Ames team 14-0. 
Randolph High exemplified true team play and complete- 
ly overwhelmed its much larger adversary. Led by Capt. 
Myron Hayward, and the excellent play of seniors Carl 
Wengler, Dennis Konary, Bob Verzone, John Yundt, Kevin 
Kiley, and Paul Broderick, the 1965 team will always be 
remembered for its spirit and determination. 



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Bob Verzone races for fumble in Mid- 
dleboro game. 



D. Konary, C. Wengler, M. Hayward, R. Franklin, 
J. Moloney, R. Foley, and J. Spellman make up 
the starting line for the Blue Devils. 



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used in Oliver Ames game. 



Dennis Konary catches pass to 
score against Bridgewater. 





Halfback Don Penny fights for more yardage on an in run. 




A Tall Randolph Team . 

VARSITY BASKETBALL 

This year's basketball team struggled through 
a poor season. Lack of experience and lack of an, 
extremely high scorer were the main reasons. 
The club showed good teamwork, hustle, and 
effort and did well against much stronger clubs. 
Only on a few rare occasions was the team beaten 
badly. Seniors, Pete Murphy, Artie Zack, and Den- 
nis Konary formed the bulk of Randolph's offen- 
sive attack. Other Seniors, Kevin Kiley, Bill Tros- 
tle, and Dick Corey proved excellent support. For 
Coach Fairfield there were some bright moments. 
Junior, John Olson proved to be a scoring threat 
and Pete Konary showed promise. Sophomore, 
Steve Gass seemed to improve with every game 
and established himself as a future star. Along 
with a strong junior varsity club, next year looks 
brighter. 





Dennis Konary takes a jump shot against 
the alumni on scholarship night. 




Sophomore star, Steve Gass, 
sinks a free throw from the foul 
line. 



Peter Murphy taps a rebound in, dur- 
ing action against Oliver Ames. 



Mr. Fairfield and Mr. Power ob- 
serve the action of a close game. 



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1st Row: P. Konary, P. Baker, 
K. Kiley ; W. Trostle, J. Olson, M. 
Powers. Row 2: D. Konary, A. 
Zack, B. Marzinzik, Coach Mr. 
Fairfield, P. Murphy, S. Gass, D. 
Corey. 




Runs Up Against Tough Competition 




BASKETBALL SCORES 



Mr. Fairfield gives instructions 
to the team as they take time 
out. 



Sharon 62 

Randolph 72 

Oliver Ames . .57 

Franklin 61 

Canton 63 

King Philip ... 59 

Foxboro 65 

Randolph 58 

Mansfield .... 55 

Sharon 91 

Franklin 81 

Oliver Ames . . . 57 

Foxboro 65 

King Philip .62 

Randolph 45 

Randolph 58 



Randolph 50 

Mansfield ... .69 

Randolph 49 

Randolph 57 

Randolph 52 

Randolph 53 

Randolph 50 

Sroughron ... .48 

Randolph 43 

Randolph 52 

Randolph 60 

Randolph 37 

Randolph 61 

Randolph 54 

Canton 44 

Stoughton .... 55 



Peter Murphy drives for a layup 
against Canton. 





Peter Murphy gives his all 
in a jump. 




Mr. John G. Pistone 
Track Coach 



Team Tops League 



CROSS COUNTRY 

For several years the R. H. S. Cross Country 
team has displayed superior ability. This year 
they surpassed themselves. After losing an 
early season dual meet, the Harriers swept 
through one championship after another. 
Easily, they won the State Class C X-Country 
Championships. One week later, they awarded 
Mr. Pistone with the greatest pleasure of his 
coaching career — a first place in the New 
England Championships. 



INDOOR TRACK RECORD, 1965-1966 

North Quincy 63-23 

Arlington 61-25 

Somerville 51-35 

Quincy 50-36 

State Championship Meet 2nd-32 pts. 

Brockton 47-39 

Newton South 50-36 

Watertown 48-38 




Arthur Dulong 



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With Speed, Strength And Depth 




1st Row: R. McKinney, A. Dulong, M. Dinsmore, T. 
Perakslis, V. DeFelice, J. Hunter, C. Wengler, M. Burke, 
E. Heywood. Row 2: F. Burke, E. Stevens, J. Frazier, W. 



Stone, M. Small, J. Fox, G. Spellman, R. Franklin. Row 3: 
F. Robson, R. Hunter, E. Cohen, P. Porter, D. Sandler, 
B. Stewart. 




Art Dulong, Ronald Bullock and 
Tom Perakslis look happy after 
winning a meet. 



Row 1: T. Perakislis, M. Dinsmore, J. Hunter, C. Wengler. Row 2: R. 
McKinney, M. Burke, A. Dulong, V. DeFelice. 




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A Year Of 




R. McKinney, R. Bullock, M. Burke, A. Dulong, T. Perakslis, J. 
Hunter, M. Dinsmore. 



Paul Baker checks his time with Coach 
Pistone. 




T. Perakslis and J. Hunter 
practice in the field. 





1st row: R. McKinney, D. Donahue, R. Jayes, M. Small, P. Baker, 
C. Green. 2nd row: M. Dinsmore, J. Hunter, P. Porter, T. Perakslis, 
A. Dulong, R. Hunter, S. Gorden, E. Stevens, Coach Pistone. 



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Smashing Record Breaks 



WINTER TRACK 

During the past winter the Randolph track 
team again showed its fight and spirit in an 
outstanding season. Thsy ran their way to a 
second straight undefeated season in the MET 
League, although they were moved from Divi : 
sion III up to the more difficult Division 
R.H.S. also gave an outstanding performanj 
in the State Championships, although they 
to Andover by one point in the final scor 



A successful Cross Country tej 
gratulates Arthur Dulong 
led the team to the Nev 
Championship. 



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CROSS COUNTRY RECORD 

Invitational Meets 

Northeastern Track Club 1st Place 

Catholic Memorial 1st Place 

Championship Meeis 

State Meet 1st Place 

South Shore Principals 1st Place 

Hockomock League 1st Place 

New England Meet 1st Place 

Canton Won 1 5-50 

Stoughton Won 18-46 

Quincy Won 15-48 

N. Quincy, Franklin Won 15-58-61 

Oliver Ames Won 15-50 

Falmouth Lost 31-25 

Sharon Won 15-49 

King Philip, Coyle Won 18-58-69 

Foxboro Won 15-49 




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R. Verzone, M. Burke, R. Haley 

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Team Tops Ho 




The baseball ,.om, although not qualifying for 
the State Tourney, finished at the top of the 
Hockomock League. They suffered mostly from lack 
of experience. Bobby and Jimmy Green and Russ 
Callahan were the only starting seniors on the club. 
This year the team looks forward to one of its 
best seasons ever. Coach O'Brien has some veteran 
seniors and promising juniors and sophomores. The 
all important pitching staff has three top hurlers 
in Paul Dower, Mike Burke, and John Davock. 



Co-captain and third baseman 
Bill Strong is the big hitting 
threat for the Devils. 



Co-Captain Robert Favreau is 
the slick fielding second base- 
man. 

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BASEBALL 





Francis O'Brien, Varsity Baseball Coach. 



Jerry Spellman can play both outfield and infield 
and is a speedster on the bases. 



Southpaw Paul Dower is the ace hurler. 



Dennis Konary has hitting power and field- 
ing ability. 






The cheerleaders are all smiles as they 
hold on for just a second longer. 




Peppy Cheerleaders 



Whatever the weather these pert and pretty 
girls encourage school spirit into the student body. 
In victory or defeat they cheer Randolph on. The 
precision the cheerleaders display can be attrib- 
uted to the long hours of practice and the guid- 
ance of their advisor Miss Pfaff. We know that 
these girls will continue to instill school spirit. 







Senior cheerleaders: Captain Beverly 
O'Leary, Bernice Steward, Linda White, and 
Nancy Elliot. 



Captain Beverly O'Leary prac- 
tices a victory leap. 



Judy Sandler couldn't hold on 
and the rest came tumbling 
down. 




Spark Spirit And Enthusiasm 




1st Row: M. O'Gourman, N. Hennessey, Captain B. O'Leary, J. Sandler, C. Maccicci. Row 2: 
L. White, N. Elliot, J. Gedutis, M. Turner, B. Steward, B. Casper. 




The girls seem astonished for 
a moment after falling from a 
disastrous pyramid. 



"Come on, Randolph" is the cry of 
the cheerleaders. 




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GOLF TEAM 

GOLF 

Last years team fared well in an un- 
usually strong league. The team lacked 
depth with the loss of some of its top 
players, but this year's team has everyone 
returning. Captain Andy Iskra is one of 
the top golfers in the league and can be 
counted upon for a fine performance. 
Other boys who will be important factors 
in the success of the team are seniors Bill 
Coughlin, an excellent putter, long ball 
hitting Pet Murphy, and ever improving 
Marshall Goldberg. Coach Joe Zapustas is 
also depending on the fine play of juniors 
Wayne Connors and Bobby Rothwell. 





Marshall Goldberg needs some more golf balls because all of his 
were lost in the woods. 



Mr. Joseph Zapustas, Golf Coach and 
Co-ordinator of the Athletic Depart- 
ment. 




M. Goldberg, W. Connors, A. Iskra, P. Murphy, Coach Zapustas 



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TENNIS TEAM 



Led by the coaching of Mr. Ronald Mavor, the 
R. H. S. tennis team had a successful season. The 
team compiled a five and five record. 

Randolph High School can look forward to another 
successful tennis season next year. 





Mark Bornstein starts a match with a powerful serve. 



Mr. Mavor gives some tips to Marshall Goldberg. 




1st Row: S. Nusbaum, M. Bornstein, A. Levine. Row 2: M. Goodhue, R. DeSisto, R. Gray, D. 
Campbell, M. Goldberg, Mr. Mavor. 



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Junior Varsity 
Performances Compete 



Under the coaching of Mr. Richard 
Power, the Junior Varsity basketball team 
enjoyed a fine season. Led by juniors Mark 
Lit, Mark Abramson, and Malcolm Gale, 
and sophomores Buster Marzinzick, Paul 
Baker, Danny Connors, and Arthur He- 
drickson the team compiled a respectable 
winning record. 



Mr. Power discusses strategy during a 
timeout. 





Row 1: R. Tardiff, M. Delano, J. 
Tempesta, C. Green, M. Lit, C. 
Green. Row 2: H. Finkel, S. Clapp, 
M. Gale, A. Hendrickson, D. Con- 
nors. 



The versatile Junior Varsity Bas- 
ketball Coach, Mr. Power, is a 
man of many expressions. 




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SPORT REVIEW 




Mr. Saba describes a new type of defense 
before the 0. A. game. 



Capt. Art Dulong and Coach Pis- 
tone pause for a picture during 
their busy practice. 



Franny Brack successfully completes a punt. 

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ADVERTISEMENTS 



The Oracle staff acknowledges 

with gratitude 

the generous contributions 

of the merchants, 

professional men, restauranteurs, 

and school organizations 

to the success 

of this year's edition. 




LEAVING 




RANDOLPH 




A Special Thank You 



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Frank Diauto, Sr. 
Nathan Hoeg 
Francis H. Kelly 
Franklyn B. Kespert 
A. Haley, Jr. 
Alphonse Zuppardi 
Alvin M. White 
Walter C. Winston, 
Francis J. Lyons 
Gino Verzone 
H. F. Wescott 
Wilmer S. Young 
William Wusteney 
Carl Wesson 
Guy E. Wood, Jr. 
Douglas Waymough 
Siquid Tuv 



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Parents, Teachers, And Friends 



PARENT'S PAGE 



Mr 


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Mrs. 


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Mrs. 


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Mrs. 



Willaim Tyszkiewicz 
Willaim Vennik 
Marin B. Tolson 
Morton L. Zack 
James R. Yundt 
Simon Volovick 
Ellsworth Wells 
Roland S. Young 
Thomas McDonnell 
James A. Lewis 
Frank H. Linfield 
Peter J. Maccini 
Anthony A. Iskra 
Robert L. Leighton 
Alexander Manzani 
Charles K. Mazules 
Raymond A. Krauss 
John M. LeVangie 
Abraham A. Kramer 




Mr. & Mrs. Vincent N. McCormick 

Mr. & Mrs. Edward M. Lichenstein 

Mr. & Mrs. Milton L. Lind 

Mr. & Mrs. Ted Marzinzik 

Mr. & Mrs. John G. Klimas 

Mr. & Mrs. Bernard Kritzman 

Mr. & Mrs. Harold Kleiner 

Mr. & Mrs. Howard Lee 

Mr. & Mrs. Alfred H. Lord 

Mr. & Mrs. Albert Levinson 

The Lauricella Family 

hAr. & Mrs.. James McAllister 

Mr. & Mrs. Paul B. Klauer 

Mr. & Mrs. Eugene F. Powers 

Mr. & Mrs. Roland McKinney 

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph S. Miller 

Mr. & Mrs. Maurice D. Miller 

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph H. O'Keefe 

Mr. & Mrs. Henry Merrill 

Mr. & Mrs. John Moran 

Mr. & Mrs. David F. McHugh 

Mr. & Mrs. Leonard L. Moreau 

Mr. & Mrs. Edward F. McLeod 

Mr. & Mrs. Harry Moran 

Mr. & Mrs. Michael J. McNamara 

Mr. & Mrs. William Nazzaro 

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Oilshver 

Mr. & Mrs. William J. Murphy 

Mr. & Mrs. Henry E. O'Donnell 

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph P. O'Brien 

Mr. & Mrs. Max Adelman 

Mr. & Mrs. John J. Albert 

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph O. Quill 

Mr. & Mrs. Anthony W. Roselli 

Mr. & Mrs. James J. Hunter 

Mr. & Mrs. George H. Kiley 

Mr. & Mrs. William J. Almond 

Mrs. Anna Green 

Mr. & Mrs. John Tempesta 

Mr. & Mrs. Norman Spellberg 

Janice Adams 

Mr. & Mrs. Wilbert Adams 

Mr. & Mrs. Earl D. Anderson 

Mr. & Mrs. Henry Austin 

Mr. & Mrs. Arthur Baker 

Mr. & Mrs. Carl Barkhouse 

Mr. & Mrs. William Batson 

Mr. & Mrs. Alex Beder 

Mr. & Mrs. William Bennette 

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Belmonte 

Mr. & Mrs. George Berlow 

Mr. & Mrs. Robert Berry 

Mr. & Mrs. Herbert E. Blanchard 

Herbert E. Blanchard, Jr. "63" 

Mr. & Mrs. Alfred Bocanfuso 

Mr. & Mrs. Robert Bodycote 

Mr. & Mrs. Stanley Brazas 

Mr. & Mrs Wilfred A. Broussard 

Mr. & Mrs. John E. Bullock 

Mr. & Mrs. Gordon Lind 



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For Your Encourgement 



BOOSTERS 



Mr. John Papa 

Winifred M. Brennan 

Willaim J. Casey 

Marion F. Diemond 

Mrs. Elizabeth E. Tierney 

Robert E. Tierney 

Mrs. M. Guerin 

Mr. Robert F. Brady 

Miss Eleanor Brewster 

Mr. Pelligrini 

Mr. Robert Kondraki 

Miss Sandra Obartuck 

Mr. Richard Rubino 

Mr. Ronald Mavor 

Mrs. Helen McGonigle 

Miss Diane Pfaff 

Mr. David Harding 

Mr. Joseph Bourgeois 

Miss O'Keefe 

Miss Ann Mullaney 

Mr. Nathaniel Harmon 

Mr. Lawrence Apostolon 

Mr. & Mrs. Winston Fairfield 

Mrs. Jane Murphy 

Mr. Nicholas Mac key 

Martha M. Foley 

Mr. Paul Lehtinen 

Mr. Richard Kaegael 

Eleanor Kelley 

Mr. James Santry 

Mr. Joseph Mirisola 

Mr. Wolfer 

Mr. McGuirk 

Edward N. Mulcahy 

Mrs. James Connors 

Mrs. Joseph Gill 

Mrs. Warren Anderson 

Nancy Ellen Brenner 

Mr. Russell Sullivan 

Mrs. John Manningham 

Kenneth Sherr: '65 

The Baker Family 

The Perry Family 

Judith Ann Mednick: '65 

The Kelly Family 

Mrs. Albert Gedutis 

Mrs. Jack Greenberg 

The Higgins Family 

Mike Prokup: '65 

Cathy Friedland: '62 

Judith Johnson White: '61 

Janet Marzinzik: '64 

Donna Marie Arnao: '65 

Elaine Arnao: '60 

Mr. & Mrs. Harry N. Arnao 

Richard T. Nelson: '65 

Ann Bowler: '65 

The Laycobs 

Mr. Kenneth Moody 



Julie Berlow: '66 

Jane Berlow: '67 

Edna Leighton 

June Hart 

Ada Jerdon 

Tantillio's Variety 

John Tinnerain 

Mr. & Mrs. John J. Munn 

Robert C. Simpson 

Marion DeMers 

Lawrence Barboza 

Mr. & Mrs. Frederick Munn 

Mr. John E. Kearney 

Mr. Robert Waxman 

Mrs. M. H. Graham 

Sue Kalitsis: '67 

Marianne Stefani: '66 

Dianne E. Bell: '68 

Ena Marie Bell: '66 

Mary K. Burke 

Daniel Daly 

Robert Moore 

Mrs. Kenneth Lyons 

Mrs. Carolyn Griffin 

Marjorie Bowley 

Anne Santagate 

Miss Anne Neary 

Vincent L. Duffy 

Mr. & Mrs. John F. Toomey 

The O'Hearn Family 

Mark Pearlstein: '67 

Mr. & Mrs. Harry Fox 

Meryl Geller: '63 

Mrs. Jean Noblin 

Elissa Katler 

Lauri Sandler Beckermen 

Mr. & Mrs. Douglas Ford 

Mrs. Frank Gardner 

Arthur Gallagher: '65 

Paggie Gallagher: '64 

Mr. Kevin O'Brien 

Mrs. Joan Boyd 

Mr. & Mrs. Arthur F. Gallagher 

Karen Manson: '63 

Walter M. Saltner 

Miss Barbara Murphy 

Miss Margaret Guerin 

The Mullaney Family 

Mrs. Dorothea H. Buckley 

Mike McGrath: '65 

Mrs. Harold Frank 

Mr. & Mrs. Eugene L. Rossman 

Mr. & Mrs. Edward Maple 

Mr. & Mrs. Jack Diamond 

Steve Silverstein: '64 

Mr. & Mrs. Donald Yorks 

Pam Ellen Kritzman 

Karen Faith Berman 

Maureen O'Neil 



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Loyal Boosters And Alumni 



BOOSTERS 



Mr. Dominic Papa 

Miss Adele Papa 

Mrs. Edward Mann 

The Ostrowski Family 

Jack "Tarzan" Shea 

Mr. R. Cunliffe 

Attorney Francis L. Kelly 

Claire Dibbern 

Richard Winstanley 

Mr. & Mrs. Alton LaBrecquse 

Mrs. Rosemarie E. (Hay ward) 
Thompson 

Mary-Margaret Miller: '66 

Claire Crowley: '67 

Arlene Carol Port 

Patricia D'Agostino Connell 

Andrea F. Green 

Donna Smith 

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Gilbert 

Mr. & Mrs. Arthur C. Morton 

The Middleton Family 

Valerie Murphy: '64 

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Smith 

Mr. & Mrs. Donald J. Nelson 

Mr. Charles Brennan 

Miss H. M. Harris 

Miss Sliby 

Mrs. Linda Goldenberg Shuman: '61 

Carol Shuman: Class of '65 

Mrs. James T. Karzes 

Richard Machon 

Alan Reale 

Mrs. Ruth E. (Hayward) Sullivan 

Mrs. Diane E. (Hayward) Clifford 

Anne McLeod: '66 

Janice Adams 




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153 



The Staff Salutes 




DR. BARCE'S 
ANIMAL HOSPITAL 

E. A. BARCE D.V. M. 



HOLLYWELL NURSING 



HOME 



DR. JOHN BERRY 



DR. & MRS. SAMUEL J 
WASSERMAN 



DR. STEWART SHAPIRO 



DR. J. STEPHEN HAYES 

and 

DR. H. L FULCHINO 



DR. CONCA D.M.D. 



154 



Our Doctors, 



DR. DAVID WEINER 



DR. ROBERT W. LeLACHEUR 



DR. & MRS. RICHARD 
MURPHY 



DR. WILLIAM SLOANE 



DR. & MRS. J. V. McGUIRK 



WILLIAM LEAVITT D.M.D. 



HERSCH C. ALTMAN D.M.D. 



DR. & MRS. SELIG ZASE 



DR. JOHN P. NOONAN 



DR. & MRS. JOHN HICKEY 



DR. & MRS. ANDREW FOLEY 



DR. J. P. AMERENA 



DR. & MRS. FARRELL 



DR. & MRS. MARSHALL H. 
FELDMAN 



MILTON S. GLASSMAN D.M.D. 



DR. & MRS. NOMAN JEPSKY 



155 



Pharmacists, Lawyers 



TRINQUE'S 
Randolph Drug Co. 

64 N. Main 
and 

MEDICAL CENTER PHARMACY 

44 Diauto Dr. 
Free Delivery 




Best Wishes 

WOODLAWN PHARMACY 

1167 No. Main St. 
963-4120 

Paul Slotnick 

Martin Packer 

Free Delivery 



Congratulations 

WELCH AND WELCH 

Attorney's at Law 

9 Memorial Parkway 

Randolph 



ARTHUR L. DOODY 
INSURANCE AGENCY INC. 



247 So. Main St. 
General Insurance 



JOHN W. HURRY 
INSURANCE AGENCY 

1130 No. Main St. 
Randolph 



« 




Good Luck 

WARREN PHARMACY 

Cor. Main & Warren St. 

Paul Boyle, Reg. Pharmacist 



RALPH C. WILDE 
INSURANCE AGENCY 

.Complete Insurance 
Protection 



RANDOLPH INSURANCE 
AGENCY INC. 

302 No. Main St. 

Randolph 

All Types of Insurance 



Best Wishes 




ATTORNEY ROBERT 


L. 


SCHNEIDER 




9 Memorial Parkway 




Congratulations Graduates 




From 




MR. & MRS. PAUL 


J. 


RAFTERY 





156 



Our Businessmen And Women 




157 



For Their Help 













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RANDOLPH COOPERATIVE BAM 






Congratulations, Graduates 

Randolph Country Club 

44 Mazzeo Dr. 
963-9809 



It is a Pleasure to Serve the Student, 
Graduates, and Faculty of Randolph 
High School. 

THE RANDOLPH 
SAVING BANK 

Offices 

50 So. Franklin St., Holbrook 

129 N. Main St., Randolph 

15 Pleasant St., Stoughton 



158 



. 



Cooperation 



a- *■ 






DeCOTA CONSTRUCTION 11. 






New Homes Custom Built 






Louis F. DeCota, Pres. ['hone: 


963-6007 


7 Old Mill Lane Randolph, 


Mass. 




DALEY CONSTRUCTION COMPANY 



Robert L. Daley, President 
1 Alden St., Randolph 



159 



M. B. CLAFF & SONS, INC. 






506 Warren Avenue Brockton, Mass. 



160 



And Generous 



CHASE AND SONS, II. 



Sponsors of Randolph School Safely Calendars 



EDDY C. YOUNG CO. 



Randolph 



963-7659 



Designer Builder 



LIND & SON GENERAL 
CONTRACTORS 



963-4274 



963-2142 



JOHN T. CALLAHAN 
CONTRACTOR & BUILDER 



106 So. Main St. 
Randolph 
963-3618 



Best Wishes to the 
Class of 1966 

HIGHLAND HOUSE 
LUXURY APARTMENTS 



Watch for the Six Lanterns 
Furniture — Gifts 

THE EDGAR B. COLE CO. 

233 S. Main St. Randolph, Massachusetts 

Tel.: WO 3-3990 

Store Hours: 9 to 9, Sat., 9 to 6 



RANDOLPH TV & APPLIANCES 

WO 1-1234 
TONY & VINNY CIVITA 

Sales and Service 

89 North Main Street 

Randolph, Mass. 



161 



Best Wishes to the 

Class of 1966 

From 



AMVET POST NO. 51 

Randolph 



CONGRATULATIONS TO THE SENIORS 



THE RANDOLPH 
THEATER 



In the Heart of the Square" 













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WOOD LAWN 
BOWLARAMA 




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Diauto Drive 




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Randolph, Mass. 


Mark fires at the ten pin 





WHEN in Avon 



VISIT THE ALL NEW 



AVON BOWLARAMA 



242 W. Main St. 



Avon, Mass. 



Leagues Invited 



12 New Candle Pin Lanes 



162 



HILLS 
THE FAMILY STORE 

Fernandes Shoppers' Plaza 



163 




Best Wishes from 

ZACK'S PIZZA 

83 N. Main St. 
961-1272 



VENTRE'S DELI 

105' N. Main St. 
Randolph 



Best of Luck 



THE HILLTOP RESTAURANT 



1179 No. Main St., Randolph 



Good Luck To '66 

CONRAD'S GROCERY 

44 No. Main St. 



Pizza Our Specialty 

LYNWOOD CAFE, INC. 

Corner South and Center St. 

Randolph 

Tel. 963-9894 F. Kurlitis, Mgr. 



WHITEY'S HOME BAKERY 

Our Motto 
"Fresh Goods At All Times" 



39 N. Main St. 



963-5840 



Randolph 



POLARIS SUB SHOP 

215 No. Main St. 
963-9759 



Congratulations 

RANVILLA RESTAURANT 

1048 No. Main St. 



Good Luck Class of '66 

GRAMPS INC. 

No. Randolph 



RED FEATHER FARM 



Fresh Eggs 



Poultry 



Bar-B-Q Chickens 

148 High St. 

963-4322 



STANNEY'S 

FRI. 7-12 
SAT., SUN. 9-11 

ICE CREAM & SANDWICH SHOP 



164 



Our Book 




Congratulations 



Seniors 



GILROY'S KWIK SHOP 



Best Wishes to the 
Class of '66 

RANDOLPH PACKAGE 
STORE 

42 N. Main "In The Square" 



CONRAD'S 
SUPER MARKET 



1057 No. Main St. 



No. Randolph, Mass. 



Best Wishes 

COUNTRY CARPET 
COMPANY 

340 No. Main St. 
Randolph 
963-6191 



CATHAY CITY 

CHINESE AND AMERICAN RESTAURANT 
Orders Put Up To Take Out 

Chester G. W. Chin, Mgr. Tel. WO 3-0120 

266 No. Main St. Route 28 

Randolph, Massachusetts 



GOLD SCHOOL OF DANCING 



9 Martindale Rd. 



Randolph 



963-7797 



Congratulations 



GRANTS OF RANDOLPH 



165 




ROBERT'S JEWELRY 

Fernandes Plaza 

High School Jewelry 

Pendants — Rings — Charms 

Watches — Diamonds 



963-3630 



Norfolk Charge 



PENTHOUSE 




Good Luck Graduates 

BEA'S BEAUTY STUDIO 

Bea Evangelista, Prop. 
100 Pleasant St. 



ADAMS . . 

Beauty Salon & Barber Shop Inc. 

45-47 No. Main St., Randolph 



Congratulations 

FRED'S BARBER SHOP 

New Locations 
68 No. Main St. 



DRINKWATER & CO. 
FLORISTS 

West Street 



RANDOLPH FABRIC & YARNS 

Draperies Made to Order 

EVERYTHING IN FABRICS 
WOOLENS — KNITTING ACCESSORIES 
Elias Gordon 90 N. Main St. 

963-9784 Randolph, Mass. 



963-6030 

B. HORLINK, JEWELER 

Diamonds — Watches 

105 N. Main Street 
Randolph, Massachusetts 



TAYLOR'S JEWELRY & 
GIFT SHOPPE 



68 N. Main St. 



Randolph 



Individual Styling At Moderate Cost 

CARLTON HAIRSTYLISTS 



Fernandes Plaza 



963-9750 



ARLETTE'S OF RANDOLPH 



1 153 N. Main St. 
963-6727 



Best of Luck from 

TONY'S BARBER SHOP 

5 Old St. 963-1001 



Best Wishes 

FRANK'S BARBER SHOP 




iA/t Vo i<cf>t/u vium JmIu»\*j 



ROHLFS' 

"For Those Nicer" 

FLOWERS 

407 So. Main St. 
Randolph 



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Wearables 


THE 


LLOYDS 


OF RANDOLPH 




123 N. 


Main St. 




BRODIL'S 


BOOTERY 




94 N. 


Main St. 




963-5520 



Congratulations 

RANDOLPH SELF-SERVICE 
LAUNDROMAT 

Fernandes Shoppers' Plaza 



LYONS STATIONERY AND 
CARD SHOP 

Office & School Supplies 

60 N. Main St. 963-2430 



TAYLOR RENTAL 
CENTER 

517 N. Main St. 

(Corner of Liberty St.) 

Randolph, Mass. 

Tel: 963-5945 



Congratulations 

RADIO SHACK CORPORATION 

South Shore Plaza 
Braintree 



ESTA'S DRESS SHOP 

71 Memorial Drive 
Opposite the High School 961-9836 



SALAMONE SHOE STORE 

963-6353 



One Hour 

"MARTINIZING" 

The Most In Dry Cleaning 
Across from the High School 



WOODLAWN CARD AND 
RECORD SHOP 

Best in Cards and Music 



TOABE HARDWARE, INC. 

1169 N. Main Street, N. Randolph 

WOodlawn 3-5100 

Norfolk Charge Free Delivery 



CARTWRIGHT FUNERAL HOME 



419 North Main Street 



963-4199 



167 



Official Jewelers 

RANDOLPH HIGH SCHOOL 



SCHOLASTICS JEWELERS, 

INC. 



Boston's Largest Manufacturing Jewelers 

5174 Washington Street 

Boston 32, Massachusetts 

Fairview 3-4300 



Class Rings Dance Favors Fraternities 

College Rings Jewelery 



168 




Good Luck '66 

STEWIES 



D'AMELIO'S AMERICAN 
STATION 

Corner of North Main & Forest St. 
Randolph 



Best Wishes 

FLYNN'S SUNOCO STATION 

289 So. Main St. 



NORTH RANDOLPH GULF 

1201 N. Main St. 

963-9879 

Open 7 AM— 12 PM 



Congratulations 

SMITTY'S SERVICE STATION 



SERVICE WHEN 
YOU NEED IT 





WALT'S SUNOCO SERVICE 

North Street 



CURHAN CHEVROLET INC. 



Randolph, Mass. 



MAIN STREET 
AUTOMOTIVE SUPPLY 

1137 N. Main St. 



RANDOLPH JENNY 

5 N. Main St. 

Randolph Square 

963-9817 



RANDOLPH ESSO 

317 N. Main St. 
963-9893 



GOOD BROTHERS FORD 

41 Years as Your Ford Dealer 

Ford, Falcon, Fairlane, 

Mustang, and Thunderbird 

536 So. Main St. Randolph 



169 



Best of Luck 

JOE'S NORTH 
RANDOLPH SUNOCO 

1150 No. Main St. 
963-7775 



CUSTOM SE 










■ VICE 



til SIh ™ 





TEMPESTA BROS. 

FUEL, SALES, INSTALLATION, 
& SERVICE 

17 Flintlock Rd. Randolph WO 3-0271 
697 Dudley St. Dorchester CO 5-4018 



HAWKINS BROS. 

Dodge Cars and Trucks 

Complete Car Service 

All Makes 

697 No. Main St. 
963-3100 



Congratulations from 



ANNE FRANK B. B. G. 



FLOORS THE RAY WAY 

Tile-Linoleum 

963-7576 



RANDOLPH PAINT AND 
WALLPAPER CO. 



H. D. WHITE FLOORING 
SPECIALISTS 



170 



RANDOLPH POLICE RELIEF ASSOC. 



Extends 



Best Wishes To The Class Of '66 




Congratulations 

CAREY BUS 
TRANSPORTATION 



THE DAIRY QUEEN 

Where You . Ger Those 
Delicious Sundaes 

329 N. Main St. 



MINIHAN'S HANDY STORE 

549 N. Main St. 

Randolph, Mass. 

Open 365 Days 8 A.M. - 1 1 P.M. 




171 




ST. MARY'S C. Y. O. 

Led by Bob Haley 





ST. BERNADETTE'S C.Y.O. 

Led by Nancy Hennessey 



At Your Service 

Mrs. Vennick, Mrs. Fleming, 
and Mrs. Simmons 






172 



THE 
WARREN KAY VANTINE 

STUDIO INC. 



Serving with Pleasure 

The members of the 

Class of 

1966 



132. Boylston St., Boston, Mass. 
661 Congress St., Portland, Mass. 



173 





Mr. Kaegael explains spelling changes in cer- 
tain French verbs. 



Ilene Serisky and Alan Young listen carefully as Mr. Vellante restates 
the major characteristics of a novel. 





The men teachers mix up their plays. 



The women teachers are not too suc- 
cessful at making baskets in the 
scholarship game. 




Mike Burke and Wendy Coburn meet at the 
usual spot after school. 



VuPij/cfiJ 




Office Practice appears to be of some difficulty to senior business 
students. 



Senior girls share 
a joke during a 
study in the library. 




Even after school the library remains a busy scene. 



Kenny Levenson teases Cheryl Oilshiver in the cafeteria. 



FAREWELL 

A yearbook is only a shadow. 

In its pages are published 

a scant likeness of the people 

who live in our memories. 

We see but the outlines 

of the daily routine of classes 

and friends 

that filled our lives for four years. 

If the few impressions 

that can be reproduced here 

serve to create a small part 

of the memories 

held by each of us, 

our yearbook has succeeded in its purpose. 



WHH11WR 



mini* 





Marie Williams and Glenn Foreman look hungry as they 
finally get their lunches. 



Study 



study . . . study. 



Don't just stand there, give me a screwdriver." 





Allison Brown and Steve Clapp disect frogs in biology 
class. 



1966 




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